Create Some 70s Funk Rock

Ueberschall's latest sample library has all the sounds      31/08/12
Create Some 70s Funk Rock


Ueberschall has released a new sample collection - 70s Funk Rock. Here's what they have to say about it:
Back in the 70s, Funk doubtlessly offered the best groove while Rock featured the best sound. It is not for nothing a lot of this period's productions are still counted among the unrivaled milestones of music. We need to thank the masters and heroes of this era for not just mixing elements of Funk and Rock but for creating a dense fusion of both genres. Guitarists spiced up their funky licks using overdrive and octave pedals, adding furious lines and backings, including virtuosic Jazz-solos and extraordinary key changes. Drummers added syncopations to their grooves while a heavy dotted bass kept the foundation. Keyboarders were finally able to prove their abilities outside the typical jazz combo, changing their play during the song using Hammonds, Clavinets and Minimoogs. Ueberschall's 70s Funk Rock combines the energy-filled mixture of this creative era with the endless possibilities of modern music production.
This 3.3GB Library contains 20 construction kits with 1.965 loops. Each kit consists of up to six parts. Easily create conclusive arrangements using A-, B- and C-parts, breaks, intros and outros. The tempo ranges between 100 and 120 BPM and can freely be changed using Elastik-Player. All kits have been performed in the classic Funk-Rock lineup: Rhythm-guitar, lead -guitar, electric bass, B3 organ, moog synthesizer, Hohner Clavinet D6 and a drumkit that is available as ready-to-use submix on the one hand, as well as elaborated mic'ed version with single tracks for all drums on the other. Find separate tracks for inner and outer miking of the bass drum, snare top and bottom tracks as well as overheads.
All instruments have been captured dry using highest quality converters at 24 bit and 44.1 kHz sample rate. No additional effects or dynamic processing has been applied, apart for the mixed loops. This way, all options to shape the sound lie at the users' hands. Use your personal tools to get your individual Funk-Rock-sound out of these timeless and iconic sound sources. Since this style is rarely produced these days, 70s Funk Rock is also the ideal source for authentic grooves. Almost like taking samples from your record collection. This makes the library not only suited for music production and composition of the Funk-Rock-genre but also for recent crossover styles, sample based tracks. Plus, it is equally suited for advertisement production, game-, film and TV-scores where 70's context is required.
Credits
70s Funk Rock has been produced by Kai Reuter and Uwe Kinast. The instruments were played by: Drums - Phillipe Candas, Bass - Kai Reuter, Guitars - Kai Reuter, Organ, Moog und Clavinet - Klaus Henatsch.
  • 3.3 GB, 20 construction kits, 1.965 loops
  • Genre: Rock, Funk, Fusion
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/stand-alone
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
99 Euro More information:
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