With an addictive blend of over 150 drum loops, and kick-free loops to suit, this comprehensive collection also comes complete with all 90 kicks used to make this professional sample pack.
As new producers emerge while the house scene progresses, diversifying styles, and successfully releasing multiple styles and genres, "Future House Drum Loops" delivers an extraordinary collection of DJ-ready grooves exclusively crafted for house producers of the future.
The drum loops range from intricate, detailed, and sublime grooves, to more upfront and jackin' grooves, only the very best studio techniques and sonic treatments have been applied here, and of course, as with all Prime Loops releases, strict quality control measures have been implemented to ensure each loop is highly useable in any situation.
With over 250 loops, top loops, and kicks, "Future House Drum Loops" is a deep pool of unique samples available to download in many formats of your choice, and should inspire and unlock serious potential on every level.
We are confident you will find this release extremely useful when performing foundation rhythmical mixes. This collection enables you to create endless combination grooves within your tracks, and contains everything you need to customize your beats. Get ready to experience a truly streamlined production workflow direct from your studio to the clubs.
Bass Music Blog
At 13 quid it's certainly not gonna break the bank, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ...Read more
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Bass Music Blog
At 13 quid it's certainly not gonna break the bank, and I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of stuff on offer.
You get about 90 kick drum samples, and 160-odd percussion loops, although realistically this is more like 80 - with most loops occurring twice, once with kick and once without.
The bulk of the loops are in the 123 - 127BPM range, and the website bumpf suggests that they're suited to minimal, deep, progressive and tech-house. Listening through at first, I felt that they were often a bit toppy, with lots of sparkly treble - but on reflection, I think that really that's because they're pitched at more of the minimal house end of things; lots of squeaks, bleeps and clippy hi-hats. If minimal house is your bag, then you'll probably find a lot of useable stuff here: they're well recorded, and there are some interesting sounds to give you a few ideas, too.
If you fancy yourself as the next DJ Sneak however, you may be better off looking elsewhere, as there isn't much in the chunky, shuffly department. There are some decent, useable kicks in there too, though, and at that price I'd say it's well worth a punt.