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Splice Originals Sonidero Cumbia Reggaeton

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Splice Originals Sonidero Cumbia Reggaeton
Produced by Honduran American musician Erick Bardales in Los Angeles, CA, this Splice Originals collection explores the connections between various genres of Latin music with a strong focus on Mexican cumbia reggaeton. This pack was performed and recorded remotely by Tegucigalpa, Honduras-based composer and producer Jorge Ulloa on guitar and piano, and Nashville, TN-based Venezuelan percussionist Manuel "Manotas” Ramirez on gon bops along with engineer Gibran Sponchiado.

The three musicians blended their love for vallenato - a genre of popular Colombian folk music - with Mexican cumbia and modern reggaeton pop to craft an authentic entry point for producers interested in creating cumbia reggaeton music.

This pack was recorded using a wide variety of instruments from acoustic instruments like a Taylor GS Mini E Rosewood and a Les Paul Epiphone Ukulele to electric guitars such as a Fender Telecaster 1978 Sunburst and Gibson SG, plus Ramirez’s gon bops. The performed samples were processed using an Apollo X4, Universal Audio’s analog emulation UAD plugins, Ableton live 11, Plugin Alliance plugins, and Output Thermal.

•102 one shots
•174 loops
•12 presets
508 MB
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