Surge Sounds Presents Future Bass Chrdz For Cthulhu

Surge Sounds Presents Future Bass Chrdz For Cthulhu

Surge Sounds Presents Future Bass Chrdz For Cthulhu
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After much anticipation we’re excited to bring you a brand new Future Bass
pack for Cthulhu to enhance your compositions. Future Bass CHRDZ for Cthulhu!

These CHORD presets are taken from 11 of our top Future Bass bestsellers.
All these chords are not random, but are TRIED & PROVEN to work in
current top charting Future Bass hits.

Each one was carefully designed by Surge Sounds’
top producers over the course of 2 years!

Major, Minor, 7th, Sus2, Sus4, Add9 and Add11 Chords, it wouldn’t be far off
to say this pack has every chord in today’s Future Bass top hits.

The concept behind these chords were inspired by Future Bass legends like
FLUME, ILLENIUM, The Chainsmokers, GREY, San Holo, Porter Robinson, Marshmello,
Slushii, Seven Lions, Louis The Child, Cashmere Cat, Wave Racer, MYRNE,
Pegboard Nerds & Haywyre.

Future Bass CHRDZ for Cthulhu comes loaded with 180 TRIED & PROVEN
Cthulhu Chord presets with an average of 38 chords per preset
all geared to boost your Future Bass productions to the next level.

For each KEY the presets are separated by Note Amount in a chord and by Number
Position. These both are very useful and have different purposes in composition.

For example, lets say you want 5 notes playing in a chord then find a preset
in your chosen KEY that says 5 notes in the name. Simple!
Note Amount Presets include I, ii, iii, IV, V, vi & vii Chords.

Now lets say you don‘t care how many notes a chord has, but want to find the
perfect chord for number IV in your chord progression. Just find the preset that
has IV in the name. Number Position presets include 4, 5, 6 & 7 note chords.

As a BONUS we’re including llenium CHRDZ!
These 200 Chords in 7 Presets are inspired by the one & only ILLENIUM!

We are confident this release will get your creative juices flowing and will be
a truly valuable enhancement to your productions!


180 Presets
An average of 38 Chords per Preset

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Author: Mediatorrentz

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