Description : Made it for an old hands up song I did, it's a really bouncy, sort of vocoded sounding bass/mid-synth line. It was made in Garageband with a custom made synth. If you use it, please let me know. Thanks :) I think it's at 150 bpm, but I'm not sure, if you mess around with it and find that it's not, let me know, thanks.
Description : Made using garageband and a custom synth voice. Tempo is 120, but it sounds good all the way up to 240. Good for almost anything, trance, hardstylye, hardcore, dubstep, electro, or DnB are all amazing with it, you can find the partner loop on my page. Inspired by "In The Hall of the Mountain King". I am not sure of the key.
Description : Made using garageband and a custom synth voice. Tempo is 120, but it sounds good all the way up to 240. Good for almost anything, trance, hardstylye, hardcore, dubstep, electro, or DnB are all amazing with it, you can find the partner loop on my page. Inspired by &amp;quot;In The Hall of the Mountain King&amp;quot;. I am not sure of the key.
Description : This is one of about thirty loops I'm using to build an intro to a song right now (the intro is 30 minutes long oy vey) and I'm only uploading a few, possibly just this one if it doesn't do well, but for right now it's just the main part of the first progression, no buildup or breakdown into the next part. I made it using a web program called audio sauna, it's pretty laidback but still danceable, please enjoy. :) I can't remember the key signature, so I'll let you know sharps and flats when I can.
Description : Chordal pattern I made in Garageand with the voice "Cheerful Trance" out of the "Synth Leads" submenu. It was recorded at 120 bpm, but I think it is closer to 130 so try mucking around with it. Good for some house and for most trance. Would probably also work well in dance-pop or euro-pop. Enjoy and please send me what you make with it, I'm curious. It's in C-Major (aka no sharps and no flats). Oh, I'm using it in an Owl City-esque song as the backing synth, and it works pretty well.
Description : As it says, this is the next stop, making it a bit dirtier and faster seeming as there is no gap. Once again, made in garageband with instruments I custom built. This time I added a synth that sounds like a cross between a bitcrushed guitar and some gears (you will hear it) for a nice effect. It should work well in dubstep, brostep, and 110. It might also be nice in a noise or industrial piece. Again, if you use it, I'd love to see what you do and please atribute me. I don't ask this often, but it's bc I worked hard on it and it is in a song I wrote with a creative commons copyright. So, no royalties, but you need to atribute me (if you forget I won't get super pissed and hunt you down, don't worry, but try to remember to do it). Thanks. :)
Description : Made it in Garage Band using a few custom voices I made from scratch. It has a nice heavy wobble bass with a bit of a screech in-between. It should work in a dubstep piece, maybe even moombah, if you use it, show me what you do and please atribute me.
Description : Made in Garage band with a custom voice I built from scratch. Would be good in just about any song with a synth bass line in the key of C major. It was recorded in 120 bpm, no promises it will always fit as I recorded it while playing about 1/3 speed. Atribute me if you use it and I'd love to see what ppl do with it.
Description : Made in garageband using different synth voices I built from scratch. It's a good background wobble to be played continuously or a great lead for a mellower drop for any liquid dub piece and DnB. Features a slow wobble and melodic phrasing. If you use it just list "With thanks to z3r0" in the credits for the song and I'd love to here what you make so hit me up.
Description : Made in garageband using different synth voices I built from scratch. It's a good pre-drum bar or intro bar for any liquid dub piece and possibly some house or DnB. Features a heavy filter with wobbling lines. If you use it just list "With thanks to z3r0" in the credits for the song and I'd love to here what you make so hit me up.