This is a demo pack for “StrangeFlow and Simteks’ North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz From Outer Space.”
If you enjoy these FREE BASS BOMBZ – i.e. if these bass bombz are bombin’ enough for ya, please consider getting the full package..
The entire package is about 450 MB – which is, to say the least, an extraorinary value for $20 USD. The full package includes all of the samples found in THIS demo package, offered below – as well as many more samples – (except, instead of being piled together, one after another, they’re organized by folder – because there are TONS of bass bombz in the complete package, and you gotta’ keep your bass bombz organized, after all!)
To check out some of the specifications for this package, go HERE…
Below is a tune that Simteks created with the full package of “StrangeFlow and Simteks’ North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz From Outer Space.” Its a test track to guide you through the arsenal of bass bombz available, and hopefully you’ll enjoy some of the sounds you hear!
If you like what you hear, feel free to check out the full package, which is available here. Like stated earlier, the full package is being offered for just $20 USD.
Well, the title of this article pretty much sums it up nicely.. Simteks drops demo tune to show off the massiveness that is the ‘StrangeFlow and Simteks Present… North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz From Outer Space,” – a sample pack filled with tons of electrified and funktastic beat, bass, and one shot drum samples!! The entire kit, including EVERYTHING in the package, weighs in at around 450 MB… which is pretty fucking hefty.. Anytime you can get close to half a gigs worth of usable audio material (much of which can be used to create music in the style of Opiuo, Tipper, or KOAN Sound) and only pay $20 USD, you pretty much have to consider it.
Here’s the incredible demo tune, below:
Below is the sample pack that Simteks used (and helped CREATE!) to make his demo that you’re likely listening to right now in that soundcloud widget above. All the samples are in WAV format, and for specific details, click the image below!
Yep, you heard correct! The illustrious Simteks (who not only mods GlitchHopForum.com but also invented SimteksMusic.com) has teamed up with StrangeFlow (creator of Bassadelic, and inventor of many funky glitch hoppy bass gems) to give the world something truly special.
So, the story goes like this… Strange and Sims journeyed to East Asia, specifically, to North Korea. Why? In search of bass bombz, of course! I can’t legally say that these two are spies, but… well… they’re spies… space-spies…
They captured the bass bombz, and as it turns out they’re not weapons of mass destruction, they’re weapons of mass neuro-tastic funkgasmic bass! And They want to offer them, now, to the public!
StrangeFlow and Simtek’s North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz From Outer Space!
A variety of .WAV samples by StrangeFlow and Simteks, including..
-27 Bass Sustains
-71 Drum Samples (including 27 premium / original beats)
-44 Neuro Bass Riffs (organized by key)
-Bonus Reese Samples, Funky Snares, and other Misc Goodies !
Want more information? Well, here’s the write-up Strange did for these super-destructive loops of chaos!
Question: Who is responsible for this filth?
Answer: Simteks and StrangeFlow, champions of music production and music blogging!
We have teamed up, in this most-unholiest of sample products, North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz From Outer Space!
Simteks is known for his incredible music production website (SimteksMusic.com) as well as for his high-powered bass-killing electronic music – and for his skills in the field of audio
mastering. StrangeFlow is known for his funkified and forward-thinking electronic music, as well as for his website (Bassadelic.com) a blog for music producers.
The two teamed up to put these North Korean Neuro Bass Bombz into a series of .WAV files, and these samples are ready to be plugged into your DAW immediately, and shoot insane bass-fire
out onto your dancefloor!
It was our mission to capture a specific sound of modern electronic music… something on the funkier and bass-heavy side of things, including bass riffs and sustains with oscillations, frequency changes and overal sound progressions typical to much of what is considered the,neuro sound.
We have also taken great influence from many artists, including KOAN Sound and Opiuo, just to name a couple. We have nothing but props for these musicians, and for all musicians who
continue to push the boundaries and exptectations of music and sound!
We have added a number of beats and drum samples, as well. All the beats, as well as the bass loops and riffs, are in the 100 BPM to 106 BPM range, allowing the producer the ability to
create funky / neuro midtempo grooves as quickly as possible. Though, it should be noted that you can, of course, speed up the tempos when using these loops, if you want to, and that 100 to 106 BPM is merely the speed at which these sounds were recorded at, and you will find that most of them sound best when played closer to their original tempo (or faster).
In addition to everything else, a number of bass one-shots have been added which are solid and easy to use in production.
We have included some bonus material, as well, which is mostly unrelated to the neuro theme of this package, though these extra samples can be used however you see fit.
These are all .WAV samples, and are compatible with all major devices that allow for use of .WAV files.
There’s nothing else quite like this sample pack out there, and we really hope you enjoy these samples and find them useful!
So how much is this incredible fucking sample pack, StrangeFlow and Simteks?!! We Need to KNOW!
You can pick this thing up for a mere 20 dollars USD.
In case you’re asking, “SIMTEKS, STRANGEFLOW! This all sounds too good to be true but.. wait, what do you mean by ‘neuro’ exactly? Can you give me an example of a song that already exists that reflects the funky/neuro/midtempo – ish bassy electronic aesthetic you guys were going for?”
OF COURSE! Here, listen to some to these sounds below, and you’ll get an idea of what we mean when we’re talking about the neurofunk / bassy midtempo electronic stuff…