Download Here: 12 Bit Soul Vol. 6
It’s time to take it back to meaner kicks, louder snares, and just tougher breaks entirely. Divided Souls Entertainment culls the crates to find the hardest, grimiest sounds offered up in this sixth installment in the 12 Bit Soul series, focusing solely on 70’s-style Rock breaks and unashamedly loud drums. With minimal processing and the essence of the MPC and SP1200 injected for just the right seasoning, the listener hears the vision that originally spawned this sound kit and its overall focus from the first hit to the last.
Divided Souls Entertainment also provides the kick and snare used in the politically incendiary record for Chuck D’s “Tear Down That Wall.” The Public Enemy frontman openly attacks the offensive racial profiling in the U.S. with nimble, yet purposeful, scratches provided by DJ Pain 1. The drums pack a crunchiness courtesy of the production duo and their acute attention to detail. Edginess is emblematic of this scathing song featuring drums that equally meet the challenge. This is just one example of what producers can craft with these selections found in 12 Bit Soul Volume 6.
This kit includes:
- 47 kicks
- 41 snares
- 33 percussion (hi hats, crashes, and toms)
- 22 drum rolls/fills