Moogalicious Funk Loops

Prime Loops new collection offers synthesizer loops for Urban and Dance Producers      24/03/09
Moogalicious Funk Loops


Prime Loops tell us that Moogalicious Funk Loops is a colourful blend of authentic synthesizer loops for Urban and Dance Producers and DJ's influenced by landmark musicians such as Stevie wonder, Parliament, Herbie Hancock, Motown Records, George Clinton, The Crusaders, Kool & The Gang, Funkadelic, Sly & The Family Stone and many more. Here's what they have to say about this new sample collection...
There are over 140 loops and combinations here, for example, one loop combination set could contain: chords, bass, lead and pad, which all merge together in the same tempo and key signature to enhance the production workflow.
Expect the true sound of the 70's funk era with everything from smooth sultry chord progressions, outrageously chunky moogalicious leads, funky downtown brass licks, plump floor-filling analogue flavours, squelchy moogmatic bass patterns, sexy swingin' grooves, and lots, lots more!
Everything has been passionately hand-played by extremely talented musicians from the day, and the loops have been recorded in 24-bit audio to preserve their natural warmth. Each recording been treated with light mastering at Prime Loops state of the art recording studio.
As with all Prime Loops Sound Suites, Moogalicious Funk Loops is completely copyright free, and available for instant download. With tempos from 90 all the way up to 130Bpm; and you can choose from a variety of formats such as Acid Wav, Rex2/RMX, Apple Loops, MPC and many more...this gives you maximum flexibility and adaptable tempo control.
These classic funk, disco and soul loops are extremely broad in their musical appeal and can be used to create a diverse range of genres including Hip Hop, Funky, Deep & Soulful House, R&B, Chillout, Funk, Soul, Broken-Beat, Garage and a whole bunch more!
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