EastWest Announces Best Service’s Club Revolution Vol 1

Film Music Magazine • September 4, 2008

EastWest, exclusive U.S. distributor of Best Service products, is bringing the dance scene directly to users’ studios with the introduction of Best Service’s Club Revolution Vol. 1, created by German sound wizard, Oliver Schmitt.

Club Revolution Vol. 1 is a sample collection covering a wide spectrum of dance genres including Trance, Techno, Hardstyle, Electro and Progressive styles. The collection features over 2,700 premium sounds and packed with over 1,000 of the most popular club-oriented drums, basses, breakbeats, synth sounds, cutted vocals, electro sounds, drums and chords. Club Revolution Vol. 1 also boasts an extensive effects section with over 360 to choose from and 575 never before heard, floor-filling kick-free-loops. To further make this collection user-friendly, all samples have been clearly categorized into folders for easy access.

Loops are provided with bpm information (140 bpm) and tonal sounds are assigned to their root keys. With a WAV 16-bit format now offered, all music software users now have endless possibilities of application at their fingertips. Available for both PC and MAC users, Club Revolution Vol. 1 includes EXS24 and Kontakt 2/3 files as bonus material, which simplifies loading into the common (software) samplers. Every bass/acid/synth sample has been mapped to an instrument and can instantly be played over the keyboard.

“Club Revolution Vol. 1 looks to give users that competitive edge with a new variety of sounds, keeping their productions on the cutting-edge,” says Doug Rogers, president and CEO of EASTWEST. “These fresh sounds, combined with the collections usability will help to quickly make Club Revolution Vol. 1 an industry favorite.”

Club Revolution Vol. 1 retails for $119.00. For more information, please visit the EASTWEST website, www.soundsonline.com.


By steve urwin on September 5th, 2008 at 4:55 am

Really useful addition for those of us who aren’t up to date or clear about the subtle difference between the genres of dancemusic.

By Fernando Waymon on April 10th, 2011 at 8:23 pm

when i visited san francisco this electro group called relentless totally reminded me of this post

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