Dubstep Filth Factory – Create monstrous bass sounds, drum beats and fx

Sheffield, United Kingdom – Dubstep fans & producers can now create their own dubstep arrangements with Dubstep Filth Factory 1.0, the electronic sampler and loop machine for iOS devices. The sampler offers a large variety of dubstep sounds and features a synthesizer that generates robotic bass growls.

Dubstep Filth Factory includes an array of sixty-six different sounds. Each sample can be assigned to one of the twenty-one, playable pads, with the option to adjust the loop function and volume. The bass synthesizer features a selection of four growling, robotic bass sounds, each of which can be played over an octave of different notes, with a variable low frequency oscillator.

Choose from a variety of drum beats and flesh out the mix or arrangement with basslines, sound fx, risers, and dirty synthesizer growls. With sixty-six sounds from seven sound banks, dubsteppers can perform limitless arrangements.

Features:
* 66 professionally produced samples including: bass lines, drum loops and sound fx
* Volume and loop adjustment for sound pads
* 4 synthesizer sounds with LFO switch

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 16.9 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Dubstep Filth Factory 1.0 is free to download with the option to upgrade and unlock all sounds and synthesizers for $0.99. It is available as a universal build, worldwide, exclusively through the App Store in the Music category.

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