Killer Acapellas 1
“Another stunner from Loopmasters who come up trumps with vox sets every time without fail” Killer Acapellas review- thenews.co.uk
Here we have 8 awesome full original songs written and recorded at the Monster Sounds studio by 2 talented songwriter / vocalists / topline writers.
Both vocalists have loads of real studio time notched up between them having worked with many an experienced producer on some successful projects.
To add more credentials to this pack the producers at Monster Sounds produced and engineered many vocal sessions from underground to commercial singers and rappers, including some gold selling artists.
There is a multitude of different song ideas and subjects to give credible vocals with maximum flexibility for producers in all different genres.
There are 4 female vocals and 4 male vocals in this pack. All vocals are suited to electronic music production, but also could be equally flipped into a more acoustic or traditional instrument based track.
The pack is made up of 8 Full song ideas, compromising verse, chorus and in some cases the bridge parts of a song. Extra harmony parts have been added so it is possible to build more progressive layers. In some songs there are alternative takes sung in a different style for more options.
This is to give the full flexibility of either grabbing a simple one line hook to loop, or to have the tools to construct a full song with a traditional verse-chorus arrangement. The vocals have also been double tracked (in many cases multi-tracked) so you can get that huge stacked sound in the chorus of your song.
The vocals can easily be time stretched and pitch shifted of needed to suit different tracks. The parts are laid out to make them as user friendly as possible, and have been split up in the following ways: All songs are bounced as a full accapella version, laid out in verse-chorus type arrangement and also a “wet” effected version.
The parts have also been supplied as totally dry individual stems, so you have total control over your vocals. All the individual stems that make the double tracks and harmonies are there for you to tweak your mix exactly how you want.
Finally there are song “Sections”. For example the chorus, verse, and bridge parts of the vocal, stacked as a fully double tracked chunk so you can rearrange the sections however you want to. The reason for this is that in the full accapellas there may be overlaps that would make any editing difficult so these “Sections” give you the flexibility. These are bounced also in dry and wet versions.
Also as a bonus there’s a few choice adlibs from the song writing sessions thrown in which may prove useful as song ideas or just for looping up.
The vocals were recorded using a 1980s Numann u87 mic with a Focusrite ISA430 channel strip.
To hear more Killer Acapellas go to Killer Acapellas Vol 2 and Killer Acapellas Vol3.