Producer Loops releases Trap Tools for Serum soundset
Producer Loops has announced the release of its latest sound pack Trap Tools for Serum, a collection of 60 Trap presets inspired by artists and producers such as Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone, Young Thug, Travis Scott and more.
Built around custom wavetables and noise samples, these presets are useable right out of the box without the need for any further processing. The entire demo, except for the drums, has been put together in a matter of minutes utilizing just these presets!
With an extensive selection of preset types such as Synth, Bass, Pad, Lead, Bell, Pluck, FX, Keys, and Guitar, plus custom wavetables and samples, ‘Trap Tools for Serum’ is the ultimate preset bank for all your Trap, Hip-Hop and R&B needs.
Trap Tools for Serum features
- 16 Synth Presets.
- 9 Pad Presets.
- 7 Lead Presets.
- 7 Bell Presets.
- 8 Pluck Presets.
- 6 Bass Presets.
- 4 FX Presets.
- 2 Keys Presets.
- 1 Guitar Preset.
- 42 Custom Wavetables.
- 43 Custom Noise Samples.
The soundset is available for download exclusively at Producer Loops, priced £19.95 GBP.
Other recent Producer Loops releases include:
- Hip Hop SZN features a collection of Lo-Fi Hip Hop elements including glitchy synths and keys, vocal chops, and soothing pads designed to help you further your producer status.
- Pure Deep takes you on a quest into the heart of melodic, soulful House through a musical background painted with beautiful synth lines, deep vocal cuts, heavenly pads, and pristine House keys influenced by Deep House giants such as Tim Engelhardt, Kaskade, and Dusky.
- King of New York is inspired by the Old School New York scene made famous by artists such as Mobb Deep, Black Rob, Nas and Alchemist.
- Pure is inspired by the world’s best Melodic Deep House artists, blending together beautiful and uplifting clusters of elevating harmonies, seductive patterns and mellow tones, atmospheres and drums.
- Heartbreak House delivers 5 innovative and seminal construction kits following the aesthetic trail of previous Top Ten Prime ‘Sad House’.
More information: Producer Loops