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Nine Audio Modern Rhythms 2

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Nine Audio Modern Rhythms 2
'Modern Rhythms 2' by Nine Audio brings the second volume of five high-quality and radio-ready Reggaeton and Afrotrap Construction Kits in this unique summer vibe, that you can fit into many genres. This pack perfectly encapsulates the current sound of iconic artists such as Ozuna, J Balvin, Bonez MC, Raf Camora, Mavado and many other top artists from around the world.

These kits supply a spectacular set of cathartic builds, beautiful breakdowns and vibrant drops that will pave your way to the top of the charts. With a collection of beautifully processed pianos, keys, bells, guitars, vocal hooks, nostalgic harmonies and builds, orchestral grooves and smooth basses and bouncy drums, these kits capture the essence of this fast-growing Commercial AfroPop sound.

Like so many other Nine Audio products, this pack includes single MIDI files for each Kit, allowing you to seamlessly mix your favourite synths and samplers with the sounds contained in the pack. Just drag and drop the melody that you want to use in your favourite DAW and you good to go!

Inside, you'll find one-shot drum samples, allowing you to create new beats, fills and loops to compliment the existing material. Simply load them up into your sampler of choice and create an infinite number of new beats and phrases.

For users looking to simply drag and drop, the wet files contain all of the effects processing heard in the audio demos. But for producers looking to create their own effects mix, dry loops are also included. Don't like the wet loops? No problem, add your own effects. All of the loops in this product are 100% Royalty-Free, so once purchased, you can use these loops in your commercial releases without having to pay any hidden costs.
WAV, MIDI
403 MB
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