Test Press HLZ Inner City DnB [WAV FXP & Phase Plant Presets]

Test Press HLZ Inner City DnB [WAV FXP & Phase Plant Presets]


HLZ is a worldwide renowned Dand;B Music producer signed to Goldie’s legendary label Metalheadz, one of the UK’s most respected electronic music labels.

As a scene veteran, he has released numerous projects for other labels like Integral and Dispatch and is working on album projects for both Metalheadz and Dispatch.

Peak moments in 2018 when his track “Dream Source” was selected by Max Cooper for his VA Balance 030 and in 2019 when Goldie asked him to remix his track “Crystal Clear”. The remix came out on the legendary “London Recordings”.

Constant research on sound leads to HLZ’s distinctive music, where a strong contrast between light and dark is always present. His ability to fully immerse himself into many styles is second to none. This pack reflects HLZ’s unique approach to music production, featuring sounds and techniques he has developed and refined over his career.

Notes from HLZ:

“This time, my focus for the pack was to deliver something meticulously crafted. 80% of the pack is new and contains fresh sounds written and engineered from scratch during the past few months.

Regarding music production, I uphold strict quality standards; sample packs are no exception. You can rest assured knowing that every sound in this pack meets these high standards.

I’m pretty happy with the final result; the pack is musical, dark, aggressive, mellow and inspired by labels I love.

If I have to describe the pack using a single word, I’d use the word journey.”

Phase Plant and Serum presets included: Each preset gives you creative control over shaping the sound to tailor to place into your productions precisely. The presets also utilize all of the four macro parameters. Furthermore, we create each preset to use Serum’s parameters and make them as intuitive as possible. These presets will save time, enhance workflow, and inspire new musical ideas.

511 Samples, 8 Presets

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