Splice Sounds Medasin- Microdose Vol. 1, 2, 2.5 & 3 WAV PRESETS
Size 628 Mb
Medasin Microdose Vol. 1
The first drum kit from Medasin. All fresh new snares, kicks, and synths mixed and mastered by medasin for your use. Enjoy!
Medasin Microdose Vol. 2
Microdose Vol. 2 – The second addition to the Medasin drumkit family. This one being even bigger than Vol. 1, this is 400 MB of sounds and loops (unzipped) that have all been recorded, designed, mixed & mastered by Medasin. Microdose Vol. 2 includes folders of: Synth loops + 1 shots, snares & claps, kicks, midi chord files, wooden percussion sounds, spacious melodic atmospheres, very HQ wav field recordings, foley, & soft asmr sounds (Medasin’s personal ZOOM H6 recording folder) , 808s & bass, and 5 customizable sylenth presets designed & used by Medasin.
Medasin Microdose Vol. 2.5
Splice presents Medasin’s Microdose 2.5 – the ultimate follow up to the original Microdose, featuring a massive collection of audio samples, synthesizer presets, and MIDI sequences that were recorded, designed, and mixed by Medasin himself. Featuring a wealth of drum sounds, percussion sounds, and synth sounds, plus a bonus pack of original samples provided exclusively for Splice Sounds subscribers, this collection will allow you to capture the essence of Medasin’s instantly recognizable sound and incorporate it into your own productions.
Medasin Microdose Vol. 3
“The 3rd and last of the microdose series. Here is another 534 MB of sounds to add to your collection. Enjoy. <3”
Texas producer Medasin began making music when he was just 12 years old, evolving quickly from naïve beginnings to a full-fledged talent by the time he was 16, first gaining attention for his remixes of tracks by well-known artists like Post Malone and Portugal. The Man. His remix of DJ Khaled’s Rihanna-sung 2017 hit “Wild Thoughts” was so strong that Khaled himself re-released it. Through his remixes, one-off singles, and production for others, Medasin developed a style of bass-heavy and beat-centric electronic production that he sculpted even further on his 2018 debut full-length, Irene.
Medasin was born Grant Nelson in 2001 and grew up in Dallas, Texas. He began working on music in his family’s computer room when he was 12 years old, but problems with drugs sent him off to rehab when he was only 14. After getting cleaned up, he approached music production with renewed energy, working on multiple remixes as well as competing in local music contests. Participating in these competitions connected him with other producers and musicians, and he eventually started working with Masego, collaborating with the multi-instrumentalist on 2016’s The Pink Polo EP. Along with some high-profile remixes, Nelson worked toward his debut full-length. The album, Irene, was named after his outpatient program counselor in rehab and materialized in the summer of 2018.
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