The pack comes with 2 versions, the standard edit and an expanded edit, and a bonus sample pack of the Main Room Sessions featuring 4 songs.
10 compositions ranging from Electronica, D&B, House, Crossover, Hip-hop, Trap, Dubstep, Reggae, Soul, Vocal, and 2 instrumentals.
500 MB of 24 Bit WAV and AIFF files.
15 x Key-labeled and Tempo-labeled.
All files are tempo synced.
AOA Volume IV is a multi-genre sample pack containing 10 compositions. A carefully curated setlist of compositions embarking the mind of AOA. This sample pack shows the range of creativity influenced by soul, latin, dance, and more. A euphoric collection of compositions each telling a story of its own- rendering you a colorful palette of sounds to choose from thus bringing your production to a unique sound like no other.
Included is a WAV, MIDI, and Rex2 instrument versions of all the samples, allowing for usage in your DAW of choice. The MIDI version allows you to import your own MIDI file and utilize any of the samples and notes in your own musical arrangements. The Rex2 version can be used as a starting point for your own remixes in multiple software such as FL Studio, Ableton, and Reason.
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