At Splice, they love to keep things fresh for their users. Among the latest packs introduced last week on their Splice Sounds platform, we found a couple of new gems worth sharing – the first sound packs from Prefuse 73 and Mad Zach.
Prefuse 73’s Scott Herren is a well-known master in elaborate, cinematic soundscapes and beats, between electronica, glitch, jazz and hip hop. His first pack for Splice, called Broken Hard Drive Dives, is a great showcase for Scott’s talent. Classy stuff, and also quite versatile!
The second pack we’re really digging is Sounds from the Mad Lab from Mad Zach. Finding the middle ground between two unlikely sources, Berlin techno and hip hop, Mad Zach has made his mark in the bass music world with his wonky, eclectic beats matched with dreamy analogue synth work.
Known for his performances, incorporating instruments and controllers to recreate beats live, Mad Zach now re-enters the sample pack game for his first release on Splice.
How Does It Work?
These sound packs are free for Splice Sounds users. Splice Sounds is a subscription-based service, from $7.99/month.
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