Stick Up Boys: Electronic Pop Vocals Vol 3 marks the much-anticipated return of Producer Loops' experimental foray into 1980s style Pop. This off-the-wall series includes full vocal performances, with toplines, background vocals and chants, all underpinned by analogue focused instrumental Construction Kits.
The latest collaboration between Producer Loops & the Stick Up Boys, 'Stick Up Boys: Electronic Pop Vocals Vol 3' continues this truly leftfield series of Construction Kits, featuring a unique blend of classic Synthwave, Electronica & Funk production.
The Stick Up Boys' off-kilter approach to Electronic Pop music is orchestrated by a trio going by the names of "Front", "Brains" and "The Driver" in Brighton, UK. They were originally formed after Front decided the world owed him something and that it was time to take it.
Dust off that poster of a Ferrari Testarossa, fire up the hoverboard and join the Stick Up Boys on one hell of an adventure.
Due to the analogue nature of the product, please note that MIDI files aren't available for all phrases or Kits, as outboard synthesisers and sequencers were used. However, 71 MIDI files are included in total, meaning you'll still have room for customisation.
Each of the five Kits has a central vocal performance to provide you with a complete and full arrangement. You might want to re-sample them and mix in your own vocal tracks, use them as inspiration for an original hook or process them beyond recognition and push into uncharted 80s Pop territory.
All of the loops in this product are 100% Royalty-Free (including the vocal loops), so once purchased, you can use these loops in your commercial releases without having to pay any mechanical royalties.
Stick Up Boys: Electronic Pop Vocals Vol 3 is available for instant download exclusively at ProducerLoops.com for £29.95 / 35,63 EUR. More information is available at: https://www.producerloops.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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