Sample Magic Future House Generation


Deep and driving, melodic and euphoric: this is the sound of Future House Generation. Packed with 1.3GB of loops, hits, kits & MIDI, we’ve pushed the sonic limits to deliver an essential collection of future house sounds bristling with anthem-building potential. From potent big-room beats to peak-time maximal melodics, funked-up fifths to ‘floor-slaying riffs, fat and stacked hits to tweaked FX, Future House Generation defines the house sound of now.

Kit List

  • Akai MPC3000
  • Empirical Labs EL7 Fatso
  • gSSL Stereo Bus Compressor
  • Manley Massive Passive
  • TL Audio Tubetracker
  • Access Virus Ti
  • Korg MS-10
  • Roland Juno-60
  • Roland Jupiter-8
  • Roland SH-101
  • Roland TR-909
  • Yamaha DX-7

What’s Inside

Drum Loops > 18 floor-pounding big-room beats expertly pumped for maximum dancefloor damage. Each beat comes with srtipped-out stems for unrivalled beat control.

Tops Loops > 40 jack-injected kick-free grooves to work the ‘floor. Load a kick to complete the beat or layer with other grooves for added depth.

Bass Loops > Filtered fifths, filthy riffs and FM synth bliss: 45 brazen basslines embodying the future house aesthetic. Most offered with MIDI variants and all files are key-labeled throughout.

Synth Loops > Driving chord sequences, evolving pads, classic keys and luscious leads custom tweaked and layered from the finest analogue and digital synths. Key-labeled throughout and many offered with MIDI variants for maximum control.

Inspiration Kits > The ultimate in song-starting ammunition: 12 royalty-free release-ready tracks broken out into constituent audio and MIDI stems. Each track comes loaded with jacked drums, fat bass, stacked synths ready drop in, remix or rework into hundreds of unique ideas.

Music Loops > Mixed melodic motifs for instant melodic inspiration. Key-labeled for ease and served with stripped-and-ripped stems for easy arrangement.

FX > Fizzing risers, freaky filters, tension-slaying sweeps, rhythm busting falls, white noise rushes and modulated synths for extra sonic spice.

Drum Hits > 178 of our finest, fattest and fullest drum sounds ever created: killer kicks, punchy percussion, crispy hats, crunchy claps and snappy snares. Served with 5 custom drum kits to kick-start your beats.

Download Contains:

  • 631 x 24-bit Wav files
  • 202 x MIDI files
  • 5 x custom drum kits for Ableton Drum Rack, Battery, EXS24, Maschine 2 and NN-XT
  • 5 x sampler patches for Ableton Drum Rack, EXS24, Kontakt and NN-XT

An evolution of EDM? Deep house on steroids? The biggest new genre of the decade? Whatever your take on it, there’s little argument that Future House has been the biggest sound of 2015. Pioneered by the likes of Tchami and Oliver Heldens and championed by labels like of Spinnin’ Deep and Ultra, the future house sound has dominated festivals, charts and clubs worldwide with an infectious mix of jackin’ beats, behemoth bass and stacked synths.

And that’s what we’ve tried to capture in Future House Generation. From the deep and sleek to the melodic and euphoric, the collection fuses elements of deep house, EDM and tech-house to deliver a heady mix of big-room beats, funked-up fifths, portamento power chords, stacked synths and freaky FX which seamlessly merge the underground with the mainstream. Maximal melodics are fundamental to the future house sound and as such the majority of the collection is dedicated to the finest musical content: synth loops, bass loops, music loops and our often-copied but neverequalled inspiration kits. Throughout the collection you’ll find bold and brazen basslines, stacked FM synths, driving chords and maxxedout melodic motifs crafted from the finest analogue (Roland Juno 60, Korg MS-10, Yamaha DX7) and digital synths – all key-labeled as standard and served with associated MIDI files to give you maximum creative freedom. The up-front action continues in the drums folders. You’ll find 18 full drum workouts in the drum loops folder – each one broken down into its constituent stems for total beat-making flexibility.

These big-room beats are supplemented by scores of jack-injected kick-free grooves in the tops loops folder and over one hundred super-sized drum one-shots – and five custom drum kits – for those who like to build their beats from the ground up. Finally, the collection is supplemented with an expertly-crafted selection of spot FX: impacts, reverses, risers, falls and assorted circuit freakery to ensure sonic dynamism in the mix. As always, everything this collection has been designed as a truly multiformat offering, optimised to work together seamlessly right out of the box. But these loops, hits, MIDI files and inspiration kits reward creativity: effect, process, cut, filter and re-work these sounds and you’ll be rewarded with truly unique results that will contribute to the evolution of house music.

Producer Tips for making Future House

Fifth element
Fifth chords or “power chords” are the key musical motif in future house. This means that the synth and basslines consist of the the root note and the fifth note (five semitones up). An easy way to achieve this to simply tune the second oscillator on your synth of choice five semitones up or alternatively, seven semitones down. Now you can play lines with just one key to get your fifth chord sound. Finally, add some portamento for that sliding hook effect.

Stack it
A clever trick to make your synth and basslines sound big and bold is layering. It’s not uncommon to have up to four or more different layers to create a single synth or bassline. Try thinking about the lead or bass sound as jigsaw: all the pieces (high, mid and low frequencies) have to fit together to complete the puzzle. Each layer should add harmonics to the frequency spectrum, whilst paying attention that different layers are not fighting for the same sonic space. Using a spectrum analyser you easily can see any potential frequency overloads or gaps. Use EQs and filters to sculpt and carve out frequency clashes and look to add in a new layer to shore up any frequency holes. With basslines in particular, it’s good practice add a separate sub layer (below 60kHz) to fill up the low-end for a more heavyweight sound. This canbe a simple sine wave playing the same notes transposed down one octave from your main riff.

Bus processing
Route your your different synth and bass layers to the same mix bus and process them as whole. For the bus processing use multi-band distortion to add some more grit to your sounds as it allows you to process
low, mid, high frequencies independently for a more controlled processing. For example, add distortion only to high frequencies to help the sound cut through in the mix whilst leaving the low frequencies intact for a cleaner low-end. For your lead bus processing, mid/side EQ can be very useful. A good trick is to boost high frequencies of the side signal (the stereo information) to make your leads sound even wider.

Conventional music production wisdom says that basslines and reverb do not mix. That’s not the case with future house.Against common practice, future house tracks often have reverb-processed basslines. The trick here is to only add reverb to specific frequencies in the bassline to ensure it still maintains punch and weight. The low-end of the bassline should be left unprocessed and in mono. If your reverb doesn’t have have low-cut option you can simply use an EQ to cut out the low frequencies.



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