Zero-G launch Urban Elementz Sample Library

A brand new collection of East Coast Hip Hop and R&B loops and samples      06/03/06

Zero-G launch Urban Elementz Sample Library


Zero-G and Xfonic have released their latest sample library - URBAN ELEMENTZ - over 1350 samples and 1.5Gb of what they are saying is “the coolest, freshest hip hop and R&B in the business - direct from NYC.�
Urban Elementz is a brand new collection of East Coast Hip Hop and R&B loops and samples put together by New York remixer and producer Robert LaRow and his production crew. This collection of urban construction kits has beats, keys, basses, guitars, synths, strings, licks, fills, percussion, fx and more.
There are 35 full construction kits with BPMs ranging from 65-114, plus hundreds of scratches and a bonus section of drum hits making this, according to Zero-G, the current definitive sound of R&B and HipHop.
Formats supported include:
  • Acidâ„¢WAV
  • AIFF Apple Loops
  • Stylus RMXâ„¢
  • Rex2
  • Reason Refill
  • Kontakt
  • EXS24
  • HALion Features:
  • 35 Construction Kits
  • 984 REX2 files in total
  • 1400 WAV files in total
  • 1.5Gb of sounds
  • Beats
  • 100's of Scratches
  • Guitar loops
  • Bass Loops
  • Percussion Loops
  • Hornz Loops
  • Piano Loops
  • String Loops
  • Flute Loops
  • Clav Loops
  • Synth FX
  • Misc FX
    Price and Availability
    UK £59.95 / US $99.95 / 89 Eur More from:



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