Are you ready to feel the Reggaeton Heatwave?! This sweltering onslaught of fresh Reggaeton vibes has been simmering to boiling point in Prime Loops' platinum-grade pressure cooker and now this intense surge of sizzling sound is ready to flow, so get ready to marinade your mix with a colourful blend of Latin and Caribbean flavas!
We forecast a fiery reaction to this all-new Reggaeton sample pack. Expect to be blessed with a scorching array of essential Dem Bow riddims engineered to get any boombox shakin', in addition to a hefty hit of Latin American elements that will fry the sound system of any serious lowrider. From lush percussive grooves that will keep the temperature pulsing higher through the night, to dramatic strings that sound like an enflamed orchestra plus a volatile selection of explosive FX, Reggaeton Heatwave packs some serious heat!
Hitting highs of 433MB, this is the ultimate Reggaeton sound library. Comprising over 150 loops and 100 one-shots, you can choose from a mouth-watering selection of 30 (!) song kits to get the party started. One-shots are spread across 5 classic folders of claps, kicks, snares, hi hats and percussion. Hitting your DAW via direct download, Reggaeton Heatwave will sync automatically with any major software - just select your sample, swipe it from the download folder and drop it straight into the mix. You can manipulate any of these samples and that flawless clarity will remain intact, allowing you to make your own mark on the Reggaeton scene without worrying about corrupting this fresh batch of audio ammunition!
So if you wanna turn up the temperature on your productions, ignite your sound with Reggaeton Heatwave and scorch the scene with your own incendiary blend of sonic zest!
"A must have for modern Reggae producers."
"If you love Dance Hall Reggae then this collection could be for you. There are a great number of Song Kits in different keys and flavours such as Latina to create that catchy hit. The drum one-shots contain the essence of Dance Hall and beg to be dropped into a drum machine. This is commercial Reggae at its best and it would have been the icing on the cake to have some deep Dub."