Dub Reggae Sounds

Ueberschall's new sound library offers 2.6GB of real Kingston vibes      26/04/12
Dub Reggae Sounds


Ueberschall has released a new sample library - Dub Reggae, which they describe as 2.6GB of real Kingston vibes. A Ueberschall spokesperson told Sonic State, "Reggae Dub is the ideal fusion of Roots Reggae, Dub vibes and modern sound. Laid back riddims, cool Dub FX, deep basses und relaxed guitar licks ensure your DAW's next trip to Kingston Town - straight into legendary Studio One."
Here's more of what Ueberschall has to say...
10 comprehensive construction kits with true Roots Reggae grooves build the foundation for authentic tracks. Up to four parts per kit ensure flexibility and fast variations during arrangement. Build your intro, verse and breaks in no time at all with tempos for the kits ranging from relaxed 60BPM to danceable 110BPM.
Dub Reggae offers 707 single-loops with up to eight bars length. These contain hand-played and programmed beats, available as ready-to-use drum-mixes as well as single-tracks for all contained instruments. This grants you with full control over bass drum, snare, hihats, toms, cymbals, percussion and sound-fx to create your own mix and allows easy exchanging of certain elements.
Additional instrumental-tracks include electric basses, subsonic basses, guitar licks and solos, Hammond organ, electric and acoustic pianos as well as synth-pads. And we haven't forgotten tape-delay-effects to add some dub spice. All loops have been recorded and edited with first-class equipment. However, there's still enough space for individual sound-design and your personal mixing flavor. Reggae Dub is perfect for songwriting but also ideal for jingle- and spot-production and dubbing. Moreover, many elements can be easily used in Chillout- and Hip Hop tracks. Reggae-up your tracks!
  • 10 Construction Kits
  • 2.6. GB
  • 707 Loops
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
49.00 € More information:
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