Airwave Sample Collection

The latest in Loopmasters’ Origin Series sample collection is Airwave Triloops Dance Breaks      18/12/07

Airwave Sample Collection


Airwave has been producing dance tunes for a decade now under no less than 35 aliases. He has also collaborated with many other leading artists including Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Judge Jules, and lately Markus Schulz and Above And Beyond. His latest venture, though, has been to create a copyright free sample collection for Loopmasters’ Origin Series.
Airwave Triloops Dance Breaks is the name of that collection and Loopmasters tell us that it contains some of the most sublime and cutting edge dance drum loops out there, suitable for a very wide range of styles including Downbeat, Breaks, Techno, House and Electro. As such tempos vary from 60 to 140bpm with the majority between 125 and 132 suiting House, Techno, Breaks and Trance particularly well.
A spkesperson for Loopmasters had this to say, “This collection of breaks and beats from Airwave’s personal collection is designed firmly for producers working in electronic music and sub genres who want to capture the imagination of the most discerning of clubbers from the world’s finest clubs and dance floors.�
Tech Specs
2 CD package featuring over 650 copyright free drum loop samples. The data CD has 333 WAV files, 334 Rex2 loops – 550MB of content. It is Mac and PC compatible and will work with nearly all software packages including Stylus RMX and Ableton Live. An audio CD is included for easy auditioning of loops and samples.
Pricing and Availability:
Available now for £39.95 (CD package) or £34.95 as a download. More information:



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