WNAMM08: Samurai Hip-Hop

SONiVOX Announces new LoopLine hip-hop loop collection      18/01/08

WNAMM08: Samurai Hip-Hop


SONiVOX have announced the latest release in their LoopLine series of products - Samurai Hip-Hop, described by them as a set of DJ and producer audio loops designed to empower users with new, thick & juicy beats, and sonic textures for their musical productions.
Offering MC-friendly beats that can be easily manipulated and mangled to break boundaries, SONiVOX say that Samurai Hip-Hop is an arsenal of ingredients from the many nuances of global hip-hop culture that will make anyone’s music stand out.
SONiVOX told us, “Many forces were combined to generate the material compiled for Samurai Hop-Hop, vintage analog instruments, butchered synthesis algorithms, funky noisy tools in the middle of the Swiss Alps, a 300 year old untunable piano, and smokey guitar sessions in London & Milan, all collected and compiled in the finest underground studio of North London by Memory9, the artist who outputs the kind of sound that you’ll hear if you know where to go for a proper after party in the English capital.�
All SONiVOX LoopLine titles are Mac and PC compatible and include Acid/Wav, AppleLoop, AIFF and REX2 formats.
Pricing and Availability:
Samurai Hip-Hop is slated for an early Q1 2008 release, with a MSRP of $69.95 More information:



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