Reggae Construction Kit

Ueberschall release Reggae Fundamentals sample library      04/04/08

Reggae Construction Kit


Ueberschall have announced the availability of Reggae Fundamentals which they describe as the indispensable package you need to make the perfect reggae sound of today. It’s a specialized sample compilation which includes 2 GB of ready to work content with 33 construction kits and 12 Drumkits. The company say that the kits are jam packed with everything you need to give your production the finishing touch: bass-, synth-, drum- and padlines also vocals, FX and atmospheres. Ueberschall tell us that all patterns, shots, and riffs have been moulded with state of the art techniques, tricks and tools and that the set has a colossal variety of styles from different periods of reggae history:
  • Roots
  • modern Roots
  • Rub-a-Dub
  • Dancehal
  • Modern Reggae
  • Caribbean
  • Dub
Also included are hundreds of drum and percussion samples and loops, providing, say Ueberschall, a wide radius of reggae concentrated mix tools. They tell us that all this material is supported by the elastik audio instrument, so you can expect organization and easy tweaking straight from the get go.
Responsible for the production of Ueberschall's Reggae Fundamentals are Felix Wolter, Benjamin Kastner and Marc Steinmeier. This team has produced and remixed for well known artists such as Gentlemen, Far East Band, Christina Aguilera, and Eminem to name but a few.
Features
  • 1.9 GB
  • 33 construction kits
  • 949 loops and samples
  • Works in the Elastik Player for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS
Pricing and Availability:
Reggae Fundamentals is available for $119 USD / 99 Euro / 17.800 Yen / £69 GBP More information:



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