Many artists around the world make good use of the VST instruments from RetroBeat.
Here we have a superb remix by John von Ahlen making good use of the Blue Monday & Nineteen80 VSTs...
What, Where & Why...
RetroBeat began with a guy called Steve whose passion for 70s/80s/90s music inspired many musical productions and collaborations. After a while of producing and struggling to find that ‘exact’ sound from a certain song, Steve began to sound design, sample and recreate the sounds/drums for his own productions and remixes, but instead of keeping them locked away for himself, he decided to start to share them with the world. First of all it was the drum sample packs, then VST instruments were added.
There were a couple of other guys helping out with obtaining full sample sets from synths, samplers and drum machines, but they ended up busy with other avenues of work so it is now all produced by Steve.
Luckily, Steve very much enjoys recreating classic tracks and producing the sample packs and VSTs. The prices are kept extremely low for the amount of work that’s involved in compiling and creating a VST instrument. It took 8 months to create the ‘West End Girls’ VST instrument and it is only £8.99, but it delivers what the music lovers and producers of the same taste want. All Steve asks is that you don’t illegally share, modify or distribute. Simply enjoy.
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