Daniel Strongin Future Trap Vol 1

Daniel Strongin Future Trap Vol 1

Daniel Strongin Future Trap Vol 1
Size 89 Mb 

Daniel Strongin, the talent behind top selling packs like Future Bass Vol. 1, Bass House Vol. 1 & 2, is proud to present the start of a new series. Future Trap Vol. 1 expands on the ever popular trap genre, by giving you fresh sounds to craft contemporary and genre breaking Trap songs.

Blasting growls, FM screechers, lush pads, pitchy Trap synths, mood setting atmosphere, track filling Fx, low end destroying 808’s, organic snappy percussion, layered snares and kicks, and machine gun like hi-hats are what is included in this pack. Making your next track has never been this simple!

This pack is intended to give the producer the tools needed to write an entire track without having to do meticulous sound design work. When writing music, extreme fine tuning stops the creative process which is detrimental to the artist. I have done all the fine tuning for you, so creative ideas can flow naturally to you without any interruption.

These Samples took inspiration from genre leaders, Brillz, Dillon Francis, Yellow Claw, Bro Safari, Flosstradamus, and Jameston Thieves.

Not only are these sounds ideal for Trap, but they lend themselves to other types of 808 music. The sounds available don’t pigeon hole your productions just to Trap and allow you to put your own unique taste into your music bass music.

Jump on this pack now before these sounds make their way into the mainstream and become stale. Fresh sounds are the key to getting noticed and this pack delivers!

Product Details

An Unordered List:

64 Xfer Serum Presets
36 Basses
18 Synths
6 Plucks
4 Pads
145 Samples
100 Drum Hits Including Kicks, Snares/Claps, Percussion, Hats, and Toms
10 808′s
5 Atomospheres
30 FX
Serum Version 1.106 or Higher Required


Demo Preview:[adinserter block=”1″][soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/277759057″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]