(Hollywood, California--June 4, 2009) Sounding like the musical pros has never been easier thanks to Best Service’s newest sample collection Production Tools Vol. 1. Distributed exclusively in the U.S. by EASTWEST, this sample collection features 35 production tool kits in the style of some of the leaders of the electro, techno and progressive house genres: Pryda, EDX, Deadmau5, Steve Angello, Sebastien Leger, Fedde Le Grand, Mason, Klaas and more.
What makes Production Tools Vol. 1 so revolutionary is the full accessibility that the collection provides to modify its various kits. Production Tools Vol. 1’s production kits feature single samples (drums and sounds), drum and instrument loops, multi-formatted instruments, synth presets and MIDI files. Each kit contains multisampled instruments and presets ranging from lead, bass or pads to sfx, allowing users’ ideas to be fully realized. The collection comes complete with full arranged song ideas and sounds ready to be used in any production. All wav files offered in the collection are also available as Apple Loops, so that users can select their own tempo.
“The new innovative Production Tools series which Best Service has created has a totally new approach to going about the production process,” says Doug Rogers, Founder and CEO of EASTWEST. “Complete with adjustable and playable kits with MIDI files and instruments, Production Tools Vol. 1 allows users to quickly and effectively take those ideas they have imagined and make them a reality— all with high-quality sounds.”
For more information, please visit the EASTWEST Web site, http://www.soundsonline.com
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Since 1988, EASTWEST (soundsonline.com) has been dedicated to perpetual innovation and uncompromising quality, setting the industry standard as the #1 producer and distributor of sample CDs and virtual (software) instruments. With over 30 years’ experience in the audio industry, founder and producer Doug Rogers has the expertise in music production to understand the creative tools professional musicians need. The recipient of numerous gold and platinum records including Recording Engineer of the Year
, and over 50 international awards, Rogers is featured in The Art of Digital Music: 56 Visionary Artists
by David Battino and Kelli Richards.