“All the sonic elements are covered, the MC-like vocals being a surprise gem.
Computer Music Review: Black Noise Warehouse 8/10
Monster Sounds are proud to present a superb collection of fresh and inspirational beats, sounds and samples for producers of warehouse styles of club music.
Warehouse music is a genre that is inspired by the hedonistic days of 80’s Rave, made famous by the likes of Diplo, Lee Mortimer and Will Bailey. Its a melting pot of House, Breakbeat, Bashment and Dubstep. More commonly associated with extreme bass and high energy vibes it also has its lighter and more melodic moments.
Since 2008 Black Noise have been turning out the bass heavy 4/4 output otherwise dubbed as Warehouse. With past releases on Fatboy Slim’s Southern Fried label and forthcoming material on Lee Mortimer’s Wearhouse imprint, they have remixed the likes of Diplo, Laidback Luke, Don Diablo, Crookers, Engine Earz, Sidney Sampson, Young Punx, The Futureheads & Will Bailey.
Their first track with Wizard Sleeve was licensed by Ministry Of Sound to create the infamous ‘Riverside’ track, landing them a No.2 track in the UK National Charts and a Gold Disc. The follow up video with Wizard Sleeve rapper Lex One was personally picked by Kanye West for his blog and amassed awesome online views.
Warehouse from Monster Sounds is a brand new collection of sounds, fresh from the Black Noise studio and brought to you in conjunction with Loopmasters.
The pack weighs in at a hefty 965MB, and includes 1209 24bit samples, including 378 Loops between 127 and 140 Bpm, and 830 Single Sounds. Also included are 148 ready to play Bass, Fx, Synth, Pad, Vox and Drum Kit Patches for Reason NNXT, Halion, EXS, SFZ and Kontakt soft samplers. Apple Loops, Reason Refill and Ableton Live Pack versions are also available separately.
In detail the Black Noise Warehouse pack from Monster Sounds includes 50 Hot and Heavy Bass Loops, 146 Dance floor tuned Drum Loops, 106 Lead Stab Parts, 28 String Pad Loops, 48 Fresh extended Vocal Raps, 287 One Shot Bass Multi sounds, 48 Bass One Shots, 157 Single Drum Samples, 50 Special FX Sounds, 105 Synth Lead Multis, 10 String Pad Multis, 56 One Shot Vox, 100 Vox Phrases, and 12 Drum Kits.
Kit List: This pack was mainly created using the likes of a Roland Sh101, Alpha Juno, Cubase, Ableton live, Native Instruments Kontakt 4, Battery 3, Massive, Steinberg A1 and our vaults of sounds. And of course the vocal talents of the infamous Nine Lives The Cat.