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Loopmasters Rare Groove Instrumentals

400 0 Samples soulrnbhip hopfunk 19 05 2021
Loopmasters Rare Groove Instrumentals
Loopmasters proudly present Rare Groove Instrumentals – a soulfully rich collection of melodic loops inspired by early Rare Groove and Soul records. Brought to you by Bill King and Dubmatix this incredible sample collection will reward producers of House, Hip Hop and Soul with a wealth of crate digging material to power their productions for a very long time.

Performed by Bill King and Recorded and Produced to perfection by Dubmatix this 100% royalty-free collection is literally dripping with authentic soul hooks that would not seem out of place on the scarcest import records.

Bursting at the seams with well over 2.5GB of content, this vibey selection of classic sounding riffs spans over grainy pianos, dusty Rhodes, rich strings, chunky basses, funky Clavichords, analogue synths, vocals, vibes and much more. Available here in a variety of formats, including one-shots, loops, soft sampler patches and Rex2 files, you’ll have no issues finding a melody to fit your latest beats, whether you’re looking for squeaky clean sounds or crunchy sampled goodness.

Harmonising in a staggering range of tempos from 60-188bpm, it’s safe to say that Rare Groove Instrumentals will provide something for all instrument lovers - however we can guarantee results for Funk, Neo-Soul, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Trip-Hop, House, Downtempo and other instrumentation and sample-heavy genres.

Producer Tips: These instrumentals are lovingly crafted to be ready to use from the word go. Couple a few select sounds in the same key with a Latin conga rhythm to get the party started straight up! - Special thanks to Dan Amorin, Piano Products Manager, Roland Canada Ltd for the use of the Roland System 8, Roland FP80.

WAV, REX, PATCHES
2.18 GB
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