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Sonic Mechanics Boom Bap Archives

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Sonic Mechanics Boom Bap Archives
Boom Bap Archives from Sonic Mechanics is proud to present this pack created in collaboration with producer Cousteau. This diverse collection of loops, hits and sampler patches are ready for you to throw straight into your next Boom Bap track.

Created using hardware synths and running live drums and instruments through outboard hardware including the SP-404, producer Cousteau delivers a crunchy sampler sound to this package, replicating the rugged sound that '90s Hip Hop was so well known for.

This pack has been designed to create everything you need to jump back to the golden era of Hip Hop, influenced by some of the greats. The audio inside takes inspiration from Hip Hop legends such as Pete Rock, Black Milk, 9th Wonder and the late great J Dilla.

This collection hits all the vital areas of '90s Boom Bap to bring you a classic range of samples, including crunchy drums, analogue synths, warm basses, sampled guitars, dusty trumpets and more.

The instrument loops and samples have all been processed to give the authentic feel of sampled audio but are all exclusive to this package and are 100% Royalty-Free to use in your productions.

Also included are 17 patches for soft samplers EXS24, Kontakt 3+ and Halion including 10 bass patches, all drum samples and all the instrument and synth hits allowing you full control programming your next beat.

Although this pack has been designed to recreate an authentic Hip Hop sound, many of the sounds would be well suited to be used in other genres such a Jungle, Drum n Bass, Synthwave, House, Trap, Grime, Downbeat, Reggae amongst others.

If it's that classic style '90s Hip Hop you're looking for, grab 'Boom Bap Archives' today and let it take you there.

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