Claude Young’s Detroit Sound Science Vol. 2: Vintage Synth Sounds | Reverb Software Launch

Reverb is proud to present the second sample pack in the debut series from Detroit techno icon Claude Young.

Vintage Synth Sounds is out today—and it features warm bass, classic brass, memorable leads, and more. The multi-samples can be easily loaded onto any sampler or used in the DAW of your choice.

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Regarded as one of the most inventive DJs to emerge from Detroit's second wave of techno artists, Claude Young has released mix compilations for Sony Music, K7!, and Axis Records, among many others. These critically acclaimed mixes have been lauded as benchmark clinical studies in the art of techno music.

A celebrated producer in his own right, Claude Young has built a catalogue of genre-traversing original work for iconic electronic music institutions such as Djax-Up-Beats, Mo Wax, Acacia Records, Ultra Records, R&S Records, and Soma, as well as an extensive catalogue of remixes for artists such as Inner City, Carl Craig, Jay Denham, 4 Hero, Joey Beltram, Gary Numan, and The Reese Project.

Claude Young's Vintage Synth Sounds follows Volume 1: Cinematic Synth Sounds. The third volume—which will contain contemporary and modern synth sounds—will be released in October.

These custom sound design tools are perfect for any genre of music creation, handmade by the electronic music legend himself. Included in each pack is Claude's full Bitwig Studio 2 DAW project from the sample pack demo track.

Get Claude Young's Detroit Sound Science Vol 2: Vintage Synth Sounds here. And check out the original track Claude Young produced for this series below.

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