Download ACapella , Synths, Bass Drums for your projects

If you landed here searching for Kelis’ A Capella, well, this is not the page you should be looking for. But wait: do you know what ‘A Capella’ means?
A Capella‘ comes from the italian (better, latin – which was the official church language in the past) and it was the form of singing in Choirs, and it means “without instruments”.
The term is now used to intend the ‘vocal only’ (vocal meaning the voice separated) part of a song.
You normally don’t have access to such feature of a recording, for different reasons, the first being that most of the consumer are not interested in hearing such track(s). If you are a music producer, this kind of resource is instead really useful to you and gives you access to a potential enormous stream of opportunities.
The same goes for the ‘separate tracks’ that compose the full song.
So you are a producer and you are looking for that ‘killer synth’ that sounds so good in that track.
The good news is: you can get the separate stems.
For some of the projects born in Off Limits studios, we prepared a ‘producer pack’, meaning we’re giving you the opportunity to download the  single constituting parts of the track you are listening in full.
You are then able to play with the single parts, recycle them, have a different mix, re-use, re-create the track. Or you can even use and embedd them in your original tracks.
Obviously, the standard copyright laws apply. This means that, when you are done you can use what yo did for your personal use only. If you want to use them in a commercial way, you’ll need to get the proper authorization from the copyright holder.

Here are the packages available right now:
D-Bag’s “My Brother was a rockstarter”
Juno
iTunes

Pocho ft. Sandy “Brighter”
Juno
iTunes

Spagna “Easy Lady” and “Call Me” samples.
iTunes

Go and listen, sample and download. Your only limit is creativity.

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