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A great way to add Latin percussive loops to any project. Well recorded and full of swing and feeling...

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Afro-Latin Percussion Vol 1

AskAudio Mag Review - Afro-Latin Percussion Vol 1

AskAudio (AskAudio Mag) - 30/05/2014

Seriously, whatever DAW you use, try loading up a drum instrument and making some convincing Latin percussion beats. It’s much harder than it looks. As good as groove quantizers are these days, it can still be tricky to get the right mixture of tightness and looseness that somewhat confusingly defines these styles of music. The answer of course is to use pre-recorded samples and loops. Thanks to the flexibility of modern software, you can layer these up in all kinds of ways so that they don’t sound standard, and incorporate them more effectively into your tracks.

This collection features 683 loops and hits recorded at 24-bit resolution. They were recorded and played by world class professionals using multiple high-end mics and top flight pre-amps, then mixed down. The first of the four folders of content contains raw percussion loops : 583 loops and fills recorded at 126 BPM. These files have only minor edits and no post processing applied so they sound just as if you had recorded them dry yourself, and you are free to post-process them however you like. The instruments are split into sections so you get cabasa, clave, cowbell, guiro, caxixi, maraca, shekere, shaker, stick, tambourine, triangle and wood block loops as well as various mixed ensembles.

You don’t have to be making Afro or Latin-centric music to enjoy these loops, they’re great for adding some swing and life to electronic music or a range of other styles. Given the difficulty of accurately programming loops in this style, this is a great sample collection that will be the icing on the cake for many peoples’ projects, adding a bit of Latin twist to finish things off...

A great way to add hard-to-program Latin percussive loops to any project. Well recorded and full of swing and feeling.


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