This article will explore the best sample packs on Loopmasters for Deep, Neurofunk & Minimal Drum & Bass. All packs in this list were tested and carefully reviewed.
Drum and Bass finds its roots in the early 1990s in the UK. It grew out of the UK’s Jungle scene and quickly became one of Europe’s most popular dance genres. It’s characterized by fast breakbeats with heavy sub-bass and complex bass, the use of samples, and synthesizers.
Today, Drum and Bass is insanely popular and has sprung countless new subgenres. Navigating this rich genre can be challenging for beginner producers, so this list exists to help you figure out which pack is best suited for your style of Drum and Bass.
Now, let’s dive into our list:
Top 12 Old & New Neurofunk, Deep & Minimal DnB Sample Packs On Loopmasters 2023 (Best Rated Samples)
1. Parallel – Drum & Bass NEW* (Most Recent Sound)
Pack comes with 3.64 GB of content, making it the most valuable pack for the price.
When it comes to basslines, they are probably the best from the entire list. They are loud with advanced processing having nice harmonics, proper stereo field and they are also nice variety as well.
Listening to drum loops, there is lots of stuff, but there are also other variations of the original loops, so it quickly adds up. The sound of the breaks don’t have such variety as bass loops, seems kinda same. It doesn’t mean they are not quality, they just lacks in diversity to me.
As per Synth Loops, they have those dark/deep atmos and pads in it, sweeeped and distorted synths and also they are consistent in legth with nice progressions.
Then there are Music Loops, which I love because what this actually does is that it shows you how you can compose the track just with few layers making the entire drop. The samples aren’t useful in the project, they simply show you what you can achieve with them. Which I think each pack should have, so people can be aware of creating these “effective layers” and how to achieve that when hearing someone else’s work. This can help to avoid headache when progressing the track.
Lastly, oneshots – they are as with every pack derived from the loops. I somehow like Hihats, but Snares and Kicks sounds same to me. There are also FX oneshots which is nice to see as FX loop samples aren’t included. For me, basslines are number 1. reason why I would invest in this pack, they are just world class.
174BPM is set for the entire pack.
2. Signal – Tech Drum & Bass Review (Now known as IMANU) – Modern/Tech Neuro
Signal’s pack is promised to be forward-thinking, with dark and inspiring sounds.
The sample pack is filled with sounds, presets, and sampler patches that will help all Drum & Bass producers craft amazing productions filled with unique bass fills, sound effects, drum grooves, and infectious lead synth sounds.
- Single hits
This pack includes single hit sounds which you can insert into any sampler depending on what DAW you use. There are five different types of one-hit sounds: bass, bass multi, drum hits, fx, and synth hits. The bass hits include synthesized bass sounds that have rich harmonics and are perfect for all styles of Drum & Bass or Dubstep. The bass multi folder contains five more categories of sounds, like 808s, piano Reese, rich, sine Reece, and square Reece.
All of these sounds are creatively synthesized and cover a wide spectrum of bass styles. The drum hits include sounds like hats, snares, percussion, kicks, and cymbals, while the fx folder includes transition effects, build up effects, and textural effects, which are my favorites. Finally, the synth options can be used as pads, plucks, lead sounds, electric keys, or even experimental synth lead sounds.
The Signal Tech Drum & Bass pack includes a folder with loops in wav format. You get access to bass, drums, music, and percussion loops. Everything is labelled by tempo and key for your convenience. The music loops are very well crafted and include piano loops, Kyoto synth loops, guitar loops, and even textural pad compositions. All are perfect starting points for your new track.
The percussion loops are all at 172 BPM and don’t have bass information, which is perfect for chopping and layering to your existing musical ideas. The drum loops are quite versatile and offer synthesized drum sounds or acoustic drums processed to fit the Drum & Bass genre. The distortion on some of the loops is very inspiring and tasteful. Finally, the bass loops can be used to add depth to your tracks or interest as bass fills.
- Sampler presets
The sample pack is comes with different presets you can load in a variety of samplers, like the EXS24, Kontakt, Halion, and NN-XT. Everything from synths and pads, to drums and effects is included in patches you can edit and modify to suit your style.
3. Ghost Syndicate CARBON: Drum & Bass Review (Modern Neuro)
CARBON is a sample pack inspired by modern Neuro Drum and Bass created by Ghost syndicate.
Here, you will find collection of loops, stems, kits, and one-shot samples that can inspire and embellish your productions. The pack is inspired by artists such as Synergy, Phace, and Mefjus, and it includes all the necessary ingredients to create modern Drum & Bass.
- Drum elements
There are drum loops and one-shots of all kinds. Overall, you have access to 20 drum loops, 20 percussion loops, 20 hi hat loops, 20 top loops, and 10 kick and snare loops. Everything is labeled at 172 BPM, which is ideal for modern Drum & Bass, and the overall quality of the loops is top notch. There are also plenty of one-shot samples in case you wish to put together your own grooves.
- Bass and melodic elements
Inside CARBON you’ll find 20 bass loops and 49 bass one-shots to sample. The sounds are filthy and wobbly, perfect for hybrid Drum & Bass. As with any great sample pack, the loops and samples are labeled by key tags so you can add them to your project straight ahead. You also get 20 synth loops, 20 combi melodic loops, and 20 synth one-shots.
The synth loops are mostly arps, plucks, and lead sounds, while the melodic combi loops include melodic synth elements with bass sounds too. These are perfect song starters you can chop up or study to inspire new ideas. Finally, the synth one-shots are straight out of the synth loop folder, which is perfect in case you like the sound of one of the loops but wish to compose a new one with a different melody.
To make things even better, CARBON includes a bonus folder with extra drum loops, as well as stem kits and an Ableton Live Drum Rack. The stem kits basically have one file with a fully arranged idea followed by stems of the individual layers. This is good for beginner producers who wish to learn how layering and arranging sounds works, but also for experienced producers who can sample and flip these stems in creative ways. The Ableton Drum Rack is just the cherry on top for Ableton users.
4. Fourward – Drum & Bass Pressure Review (Classic/Modern Neuro)
Filled with Rave sounds with a twist, Drum & Bass Pressure is a sample pack suited for Classic and Modern Neuro.
This collection of sounds is designed by industry Drum & Bass royalties Fourward, an Austrian ensemble of producers with a unique sound. They have been releasing music since 2007, and their unique approach to Drum & Bass ensures that this pack will inspire and motivate you to discover your own unique sound.
Inside, you can find drum and percussion content which will help you design memorable grooves, courtesy of the creative percussion fx loops. There are 37 percussion fx loops that can add flavor and interest to any production with their leftfield character.
Moreover, there are 53 drum loops and 28 percussion loops. Bass might be the most essential element in electronic music, especially in Drum & Bass. There are 26 bass loops, all of which are key and BPM tagged. As for synth sounds, you get 39 synth loops that can form the basis of a new song. The loops cover quite a large range of styles, with textural and ambient-like compositions or hard-hitting lead synth melodies that you’d expect in a Drum & Bass pack.
If loops are not your thing, there are a plethora of one-shot drum samples, 203 to be exact. These range from hats and cymbals to snares, kicks, and percussion fills. There are also 48 bass hits in this pack, which can work perfectly as fills or sporadic moments that add interest to a drop or be sampled to form the basis of your song.
This pack, though, truly shines in its atmospheres and fx section, which is where I found the most inspiring sounds. The atmosphere folder has sustained single-note textural tones, which can be ominous, dreamy, or haunting. They are labeled by key and can be a great starting point for any track.
The fx folder includes impacts, sweeps, and transitional effects, which are great for arranging your songs and keeping them interesting. These sounds are what will set your songs apart from other rudimental productions.
5. Ghost Syndicate Nami Artist Pack Review (Modern Deep & Neuro)
Everything is in Nami’s unique style, influenced by numerous genres and styles, making this pack very diverse and inspiring.
These sounds are part of Ghost Syndicate’s Artist Sample Pack series, and the artist who designed it is Nami, a Drum & Bass master based in St. Petersburg, Russia. The pack is filled with eclectic sounds chosen and designed by Nami, ranging from drum hits and loops to bass licks and fx loops.
The drum content in Nami’s pack is extensive and broad in style. There are 42 drum loops ranging from 170 to 174 BPM, 35 hi-hat loops, 41 kick and snare loops, and 28 percussion loops. In addition, there are 34 additional top loops with no low-end content for easy layering and three drum fills.
The drums range from classic Amen-style breaks to uniquely synthesized drum sounds with heavy swing and creative processing. You can build your own drum loops by combining the kick and snare loops with either the hat or percussion loops, and chopping these loops is even more satisfying since they are so uniquely designed.
There are 33 synth loops inside Nami’s pack. They include arpeggio ideas, pads, lead synth melodies, Reece-style synths, and textural chord loops. The quality is top-notch, and some of the loops have a certain analog feel, adding character to your production. I already started thinking about new song ideas just scrolling through them to review this pack, which is always a great sign of a good sample pack. Some of the most exciting material lies in the bass folder, where you’ll find 45 bass loops.
The bass loops have a rich low end and cover a wide sonic range. They can sometimes be deep, warm, analog, distorted, or bright. Most importantly, they have unique and distinct rhythms, which will help you build songs around them with a unique pocket, making your Drum & Bass songs stand out. The bass hits are equally as broad in style and sound and can offer inspiration for unique bass fills and licks.
There are 42 kick one-shots, 34 hats, 79 percussion hits, and 57 snares. Overall, big thumbs up on the drum side of the pack, both in content size and quality. There are also 16 synth one-shots and 24 bass one-shots, which you can insert into any sampler and use to make your melodies and chord progressions. They are either single-note hits or single chords, something that offers a lot more songwriting flexibility.
Finally, the Fx folder has 12 Fx loops and five Fx one-shots. The loops include glitchy rhythmic ideas, manipulated vocals for texture, sirens, risers, and atmospheric textures, while the one-shots are great for adding exciting fills to your drops or breakdowns.
6. Bop – Minimal Drum And Bass Vol. 2 Review (Classic Minimal)
Bop created a sound collection suited for Minimal Drum and Bass that’s packed with menacing sounds and glitchy drums.
Bop is a producer who combines the influences of Deep Techno and Minimalistic Dubstep with Ambient music and IDM (Intelligent Dance Music). The result is an ice-cold sound that’s both distinct and infectious. Their idea was to create a pack with glitchy rhythmic loops, menacing pads, deep bass sounds, lofi drum sounds, and processed patches to create a unique sample pack.
There is a vast number of drum and percussion content in Bop’s Minimal Drum & Bass pack. You get 100 drum loops, 20 percussion loops, and 20 hat loops. As mentioned above, the drums have a lofi aesthetic and feel pretty understated in the best way possible. Having a Drum & Bass pack with soft drum sounds is quite refreshing, leaving so much more space for other things to be created and layered within.
The drum sounds feel like they came from a vintage analog drum machine and can serve as great skeletons for your songs, leaving you free to create new content to layer on top of them. The percussion loops are on a similar spectrum but much more lofi and 8-bit-like. They can be a creative addition to any song. The pack has a musical loops folder, which includes 50 music loops. They include vintage synth sounds playing catchy melodies, melancholic pads, deep analog basslines, and whacky keys performing full chord progressions.
What I loved most about this folder is that each sample is labeled by key and by the entire chord progression, for example, the Bm_Em Chord progression. This frees up so much time since you instantly know the key, chord, and mode of the chord, leaving you free to write new melodies or more chord inversions on top. The bass sounds are limited and are included in the same folder, but I don’t really miss a separate bass folder. There’s plenty of content to get you going.
When it comes to one-shots, Bop’s pack includes 40 Fx shots and 720 drum hits. As you can imagine, the number of drum hits can last you a long time and inspire infinite ideas and grooves. However, I would’ve loved some bass or synth one-shots to sample and play with, but there are none included in the pack.
The effects are very whacky in this pack, which I love. They are not your average risers and impacts, but they are somewhat quirky and full of character shots of noise and blips you can add to any song to spice it up and give it a unique personality.
Depending on which DAW you work with, there’s also a massive amount of bonus content. There are apple loops for Logic users and EXS24 patches, Ableton Live Drum Racks, and Reason 5+ content. Finally, there are sampler patches for Kontakt, Hallion, Kong, and NNXT.
7. Creatures – Deep & Dark Drum & Bass (Deep & Neuro)
Creatures put together a sample pack that showcases his unique and refreshing take on Deep & Dark Drum and Bass.
Creatures is a UK-based Drum & Bass producer. He is known for the fresh sound he brings to the genre, multiple releases over his long career, number one hits on the Beatport charts, and support from BBC Radio 1. The pack he put together is an amalgamation of all the signature sounds that make him stand out as a producer: thumping kick drums, throbbing sub-bass, tight loops, and snappy drum samples that will bring your sound selection to the next level.
You’ll find 26 drum loops, 14 percussion loops, and 12 top drum loops in the pack. They are all very snappy with punchy transients, while the percussion loops stand out for their rhythmic range. In addition, some of them are on half-time, which opens up another door for a different type of production. The top loops are simplified versions of the full drum loops, with the kick and snare missing to help you reimagine these compositions.
As for melodics, there are ten synth loops, but I wished for more only because they are so good and original. The synth loops are sinister and spooky, perfectly justifying the pack’s title, but I wish there were more of that. The bass loops are weird in the best way possible and offer fresh ideas on how to use bass in a song of this style. Unlike the synth loops, there are plenty of bass loops to play with. Finally, eight atmospheric loops are perfect for setting the mood for your song and adding ambiance and texture to your productions.
The pack comes alive once you open the single sounds folder. It includes 51 bass hits, 28 drum hits, 23 perc hits, 24 synth shots, and 11 fx shots. The synth shots are eyrie and chilling, while the bass shots are hard-hitting and are either deep and subby or crunchy and distorted. Overall, you get a great range of sounds to play with.
There’s plenty of utility content in the pack in the form of sampler patches. You get patches for EXS24, Kontakt, NNXT, and SFZ, so if you use any of these samplers, you’ll find the pack worthwhile.
8. Icicle – Drum & Bass Tech (Techy Neuro)
Drum & Bass Tech consists of tight drum breaks, experimental sounds, and Icicle’s signature FM bass sounds.
Icicle is a prominent Drum & Bass producer known for his attention to detail, FM bass sounds, tight drum edits, and fusion of experimental sounds with classic Drum & Bass sounds. His sample pack is filled with loops, hits, and one-shots that will give your song a taste of Icicle’s signature sound.
The pack has 46 drum loops, 18 percussion loops, and 27 top loops. The drum loops are divided into half-time and regular speed samples, something that I really appreciate since you can use them in a variety of different applications. The percussion loops include recordings of bongos and African percussion instruments that add an organic feel to your loops, while the top loops include noise-based drums, organic drums, and half-time loops.
There’s a great deal of diversity in the sound of the drums. When it comes to melodics, there are 40 bass loops and 46 synth loops. The bass sounds showcase Icicle’s signature FM style synthesis virtuosity, with FM bass loops with complex sonics stealing the show. There are also deep, 808-like bass loops for different styles of Drum & Bass.
Finally, the synth loops include pads, arps, synth melodies, piano compositions, stabs, wobbles, and so much more. There’s truly a whole world of different styles and kinds of synth loops to play with, which I really appreciate.
Icicle’s sound collection includes 20 Fx hits, 16 bass hits, 123 drum one-shots, and 15 synth hits. There are a plethora of FM-style synth one-shots to play with that can add drama and character to your songs. The bass hits are also FM-inspired and can be used as fills or add interest in dull moments. The effects range from usual riser transitional Fx sounds to quirky alien-like sounds that can add atmosphere and character to your productions.
One of the most eye-catching bonus elements in the pack is the MIDI files included. They are split into bass and synth MIDI and can be a great starting point for any song. Of course, you also get all the content mentioned above in WAV or REX files to fit any DAW you use.
9. Enei Critical Drum & Bass Volume 1 Review (Deep & Minimal)
Drum and Bass’s seasoned pro Enei brings us Critical Drum & Bass Volume 1, a pack suited for Deep & Minimal DnB.
Enei is a music producer who’s been releasing Drum & Bass since 2007. His pack captures his iconic sound with sinister pads, piano riffs, deep, earth-shaking basslines, and a selection of drum breaks.
Pack is filled with 25 bass loops, 31 music loops, and six shuffle loops inside this pack. The bass loops range from booming sub-bass-driven loops to complex, FM-style bass sounds that cover the whole frequency spectrum. The shuffle loops are what you expect them to be and can spice up any drum groove you create.
As for percussive content, there are 14 percussion loops and 40 drum loops. The drum loops contain breaks in four forms: clean, dirty, fast, and tops. The clean form is the break-in its purest form, while the dirty one is distorted for more harmonic content. The fast one feels faster due to the addition of more hats and shakers, while the top form removes the kick drums for a clean, low-end-free loop.
There are 16 bass hits, 41 drum hits, six vocal hits, and 11 pad hits. The vocal hits are heavily processed to add ambiance and atmosphere to any track, while the pad hits range from eery to sinister. The bass hits are similar to the bass loops in their sonic character. Finally, there are 18 sound Fx shots for helping you transition from section to section within your songs or to add drama and character to your productions.
Enei’s Drum & Bass pack includes 36 software sampler presets for the ESX24 sampler, Kontakt, NNXT, and Hallion. Moreover, the pack includes 119 Rex2 Files.
10. Octane and DLR Drum And Bass Rollers (Deep & Neuro)
Filled with soundscapes, abstract synth sounds, and eclectic percussion loops, Drum and Bass Rollers is designed by Octane and DLR to inspire new ideas.
Octane and DLR is a production duo based in Leeds, UK, with a vast catalog of released music, including releases through C4C Recordings, Dispatch, and Peer Pressure. Their pack combines abstract soundscapes, twisted bass, glitchy percussion loops, and metallic drum sounds.
Inside Octane and DLR’s pack are 29 bass loops, five combi loops, and 31 music loops. The overall sound is twisted, sinister, and inspiring from a sound design point of view. The bass loops are at times deep and similar to 808s, while at other times, they go on full Tear-Out mode.
There are also Reece-style bass loops and sounds inspired by the Access Virus synthesizer. The music loops include anything from chilling pads and vocal swells to distorted synth lines, massive lead synths, and processed arpeggios. Finally, the five combi loops are full demo songs that showcase what this pack is truly capable of.
You can also find 13 bass stabs, 43 drum hits, and 33 sound effect hits. The bass stabs are bass one-shots that can shake any room, while there is also a bass multis folder filled with five different bass sounds with samples on each one of the 12 notes of a chromatic scale, which is perfect for sampling.
The drum hits are split into cymbals, hats, kicks, and snares, while the sound effect hits include foley sounds, experimental synth samples, transitional effects, and percussive hits. Overall, a great range of sounds in the sound effects folder.
As a bonus piece of content, Octane and DLR’s sample pack includes a single synth multi-sampled instrument, which can be sampled on any sampler. It’s labeled as “Aural Experiment Pad,” and it’s as cool as it sounds.
Finally, the sample pack includes 28 software sampler presets for the ESX24 sampler, Kontakt, NNXT, and Hallion. It also includes 131 Rex2 Files.
11. Bad Taste Recordings Vol 1 Review (Classic Neuro)
Bad Taste Recordings needs no introduction to the world of Drum and Bass. Its roster of elite producers contributed sounds for this energetic Drum and Bass pack.
Loopmasters got help from some of the most established producers of the genre to put together this sample pack. Artists like Akov, Billain, Vegas, and Filip Motovunski contributed sounds and ideas to create a sample pack that’s filled with tearing Drum & Bass loops and shots. With an iconic label such as Bad Taste Recordings overseeing the creation of this pack, you get 2.43 GB of content for Neuro Drum & Bass.
The melodic elements in this collection include 59 synth loops, 16 pad loops, and 57 bass loops. The synth loops are mostly roaring synth lines that will inspire thunderous tracks, with subtle arp melodies included also. The bass loops are where most of the sound design magic happens, with expertly modulated bass sounds fused with shuttering sub-bass stealing the show.
Finally, the pad loops can help you add a third dimension to your tracks and fill your stereo field. In addition to the melodic loops, you get access to 46 drum loops, 46 hat loops, 27 percussion loops, 46 kick loops, 33 snare loops, 25 top loops, and ten drum fills. The loops range from 172 to 176 BPM.
Bad Taste Recordings Vol. 1 includes 90 drum hits, 66 bass hits, and 62 synth hits to help you craft new grooves and ideas. The drum hits can form the backbone of any track, with sharp and complex snares or punchy kick drums. Likewise, the bass hits are just as meticulously crafted as the bass loops and showcase the pack’s dedication to top-notch sound design.
A lot of content in the pack comes in bonus formats, with 10 Omnisphere presets and six Serum presets. The presets are ideal for those who wish to learn how to design their sounds in the genre since they can reverse engineer how the presets were made and then create new ones. There are also 173 software Sampler patches and 355 Rex2 files to accommodate users of all DAWs.
12. Drum & Bass Neuro Science Review (Classic/Modern Neuro)
Industrial and Modern are two words that sum up the Drum & Bass Neuro Science sample pack.
Created by Dan Larson, this sample pack promises to accommodate producers who love the sounds of Noisia, Phace, and Pendulum. The pack is filled with 796 MB worth of content that ranges from edgy complex bass loops to classic drum breaks and soaring synth lines.
You’ll find 63 Neuro bass loops and 52 synth loops to play with. The bass loops are definitely a standout feature of this pack, with complex and edgy sounds that push the boundaries of sound design. The bass loops are rhythmically varied and mixed in stereo, which will save you a lot of time usually spent on processing sounds to make them fit a certain vibe.
The synth loops are very versatile and contain compositions with sparse melodic elements that work primarily texturally or infectious melodies that stay with you. They seem most effective during breakdowns, build-ups, or drop fills since the bass loops can carry most of the frequency content needed in a drop.
As for rhythmic elements, there are 27 drum loops, 21 top loops, 12 shuffle percussion loops, 25 kick and snare loops, and 11 percussion loops. The drum loops are the full version of the loop, with each of the other loops (top, percussion, kick & snare) being simplified versions of it in case you wish to layer your percussion or drum samples on top. Finally, 17 effects loops are haunting and spooky, meant to add a grimy atmosphere to your productions.
In the pack, there are 104 drum hits and ten bass multis. The bass multis are ten different bass sounds with one-shot samples for each of the 12 musical notes. These are a great place to start if you wish to craft a new song from scratch with no preconceived ideas.
2 Bonus Minimal Packs:
1. Ghost Syndicate Minimal DnB Review (Modern Minimal)
A refined sound selection for lovers of genre-fusion, Minimal DnB is a sample pack by Ghost Syndicate that can accommodate producers of various styles.
It’s a sample pack focused on modern Minimal Drum & Bass sounds, glitchy percussion sounds, heavily processed synth lines, deep and growly bass loops, and haunting atmospheres. In addition, the pack combines sounds of Glitch, IDM, Drum & Bass, and Ambient music to create a unique blend of styles and sounds.
This pack has 32 bass loops, 56 synth loops, and 38 atmosphere loops. The bass sounds are not as heavy on the high frequencies as on this list of other packs. They do, though, focus primarily on achieving deep low-end and clean mid frequencies, with some bass sounds being subtly distorted and others completely bare to their fundamental frequencies.
The synth loops are versatile since they can work as the main element during a drop, a supporting line in the back during a breakdown, or add a moment of drama during a build-up. The atmosphere loops are extended, sustained single chords that can help add texture and depth to any part of your song.
There are also 56 drum loops and 35 percussion loops. The drum loops are probably the broadest in style in any of the packs on this list since they include the classic drum breaks you’d expect in a Drum & Bass pack, but also groovy half-time loops and distorted that reach IDM territory and even glitchy madness loops.
The pack includes some one-shot content, with 22 kicks, 20 snares, 14 percussion hits, and 17 hats. In addition, 16 glitch one-shots can add texture to your drum loops when layered together or become unique rhythmic elements in their own right. Finally, 15 Fx shots are also included to add tension when needed and help you transition between your sections.
2. Loopmasters Dark Minimal Drum & Bass Review (Deep & Minimal)
Loopmasters created this sample pack to inspire after-hours Drum and Bass beats with murky and twisted sounds.
The pack is characterized by a sinister and haunting sound that aims to bring you the sounds of icons such as Overlook, Gremlinz, and Clarity. Expect chilling atmospheres, haunting tones, deep pulsing bass loops, lofi textures, and industrial effects.
For melodic elements you get 25 bass loops, six drone loops, and 14 synth loops. The synth loops are not so much melodic but relatively sustained tones of inspiration. They aim to provide a backbone for your track to develop on, with spooky atmospheres, metallic pads, and heavily processed choir samples.
On the other hand, the bass loops are very rhythmic and split into synth bass and sub-bass. The sub-bass loops are room-shaking and go as low as possible. The synth bass sounds still feature heavy low-end but a sweet harmonic content on the low and mid frequencies, which helps them stand out in the mix.
You also have access to 39 drum loops, eight kick loops, 30 top drum loops, and seven percussion loops. Similar to other packs on this list, the full drum loops are broken down to their individual components within the top, percussion, and kick loops.
With Dark Minimal Drum & Bass, you can access 26 bass hits, 15 synth hits, 15 fx hits, 12 vocals, and 57 drum hits. The bass hits are replicas of the bass loop sounds, which is fantastic because they are so good that you’d want to create your basslines with them.
The effects include noise, metallic effects, vinyl crackles, and transitional noise effects to help you embellish your tracks with. Finally, the vocals folder includes creepy phrases that are heavily processed to trigger all your senses and chants that you can place anywhere in your drops to add variation and character.
Alvinos Zavlis is an artist/producer from Cyprus based in Bristol, UK. With three albums under his belt and plenty of singles, his catalogue covers a wide range of sounds, from hip hop and trip hop to IDM and experimental electronic styles, all fused together to create unique blends of sounds. He works as a freelance mixing and mastering engineer in Bristol for artists of all styles.