The Kings of Swing are Matt Jam Lamont, and Scott Tonic. They have been working together for some years now, producing and remixing for artists such as Alesha Dixon, The Wideboys, Taio Cruz, MJ Cole and many more. Their tracks have been repeatedly featured on best selling compilations through major labels such as Warner, Ministry of Sound, EMI to name but a few.
The pack itself consists of a mixture of Chicago house grooves, '95 style house & shuffled-out garage riffs which have been influenced by the likes of Grant Nelson and Kerri Chandler, as well as some more upfront jackin flavours inspired by artists such as Joey Youngman & The SoundDiggers. Boasting a wide selection of styles, you will find dozen's of swinging beats, grooves, classic old-school stabs, lush Rhodes progressions, pinpoint fx, slammin' tribal drums, jackin' basses and a whole lot more!
As an added bonus, you also get a solid 50-strong drum hits kit that compliment the sounds in this sample pack perfectly, as well as a selection of stabs/chords, FX and solid bass instruments.
Everything is of course presented in pristine 24-bit .WAV audio, or you can choose from other editions, such as Apple Loops, Acid Loops, Rex2 Loops; all of which contains EXS24, Kontakt, Halion, SFZ and NN-XT patches also. This sample pack is a full song-writing package, and is ready to be loaded into your sampler of choice right now.
"Toe-tappingly good hooks and uplifting grooves. This pack comes as a breath of fresh air,...Read more
Formats & Content
Simply add to cart and choose from these formats:
- Apple Loops
- Rex2 Loops
- Reason Refill
- Ableton Live Pack
- WAV & SND
- Multi Patch
"Toe-tappingly good hooks and uplifting grooves. This pack comes as a breath of fresh air, featuring a mixture of Chicago house grooves, 95-style house and shuffled-out garage riffs.
The bass and drum loops are solid with an excellent groove, but the real star of the show is the Musical Loops folder. Jammed with big hooks and deep chord progressions, the rhythmic synth stabs and uplifting sax riffs avoid sounding cheesey thanks to excellent use of musicality and groove."