"Underground Beats" is here. Indulge yourself in this powerful collection of killer grooves that will have you itching to get into the studio and create your next masterpiece.
The 140+ fat drum loops have an extremely big sound, and showcase a diverse collection of styles with deep sonic character that will quickly gel your songs together effortlessly, and provide hundreds of solid, rhythmical backdrops - even for the most demanding musical scores.
"Underground Beats" is very broad in it's appeal, whether you're a rock or hip hop producer, lounge or R&B, trip hop or dubstep...this prestigious collection of club-ready loops represents a relentless blend of bullet-proof beats, jam-packed with only the hottest ingredients, and bursting with energy.
The beats range from big, beefy, cracking bangers, to fluid percussion flares, rich majestic rolls to full-on FX licks, downright intricate rhythms to DJ-ready V.I.P. productions just waiting to be injected into your mix.
All of the loops are created from 24-bit audio & 100% royalty free, which means you can use them in your commercial releases at no extra cost to you. As an added bonus, "Underground Beats" is available to download in a large variety of popular formats, specifically designed and mastered for your chosen music platform, giving you maximum flexibility every time.
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Prime Loops say that "...the 140+ fat drum loops have an extremely big sound, and showcase a diverse collection of styles with deep sonic character..." and I can't find anything to disagree with there.
The loops themselves sound hiphop based, and tempos range generally from around 80 - 110BPM. But it wasn't really the loops I was interested in - mainly the drum sounds for chopping up purposes, which are indeed big, bashy and full of character. Eminently useable for several different genres, and I've already used some of them in tracks; they go from heavy Dirty South style 808s, to big chunky Timbaland style acoustic sets.
I don't know if I'd use any of them wholesale - but then there's an argument to be had about whether you should really be taking sample CD's and lifting things straight into your tunes anyway - but the drum sounds are, basically, superb.
So much variety, for 13 quid this is an absolute snip. The only fault I really noticed was that some loops had a slight DC offset, so careful chopping is required. But then you knew that, right? You're a careful, diligent producer, aren't you. Anyway - highly recommended.