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Deep Lyrics and an Edgy Performance - Ideal for Creating Emotional Impact
This searing collection of Heavy Vocals is even better than what you hear in the demo track! With both wet and dry acapella recordings, you’ll slice and process your way to epic Rock and Roll fandom. If you’ve been looking for male vocals that can handle a healthy dose of distortion or even all-out mangling, look no further.
Heavy Vocals also includes a construction kit and helpful tutorial video sharing how the demo track was created using the same stems. A rather brilliant bonus that can spark your creative fire before you even get the sounds into your DAW.
A passionate performance, deep lyrics and variety of BPMs to work with – it all adds up to a must-have sample pack that’ll take your songs to a whole new level of metal. Fire up the amp and cancel your plans, you’re going to be busy tonight!
- 5 Acapellas
- Each with Main Vocal and Harmony (Wet & Dry)
- Each with Fitting Chords MIDI File
- Lyrics Provided
- 1 Construction Kit (12 STEMs)
- 1 Video Tutorial: Creating the Demo Track
- Total Files: 37
- Total Size: 674 MB
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The Vocals are 100% royalty free and can be used in commercial projects.
They come as WAV sound files which can be used in any DAW, sampler, audio or video editing software.
All files are royalty free, so they can be used in commercial projects without any problems.
Yes, our samples are 100% royalty free and can be used for commercial projects such as album, iTunes and Spotify releases as well as movies, video games or Youtube videos.
You are not allowed to claim any video because of the use of our samples/vocals/acapellas/loops.
Thus, no one else is allowed to claim your video because of the use of our sounds. So, if anyone will claim your video please contact our support team and we will investigate the claim.
No, you don't need to give us credit. In fact, you are not allowed to use the name or likeness of creators whose samples/vocals/acapellas are distributed on Ghosthack.
Some examples of using the name of likeness of an artist/vocalist would be to include a photo of them when promoting your track, crediting them as a feature on your track, and/or including them as a contributor to the track for splitting royalties.