New Hip Hop Construction Kits In Long-Running Series

FatLoud releases Hip Hop King 6      04/12/12
New Hip Hop Construction Kits In Long-Running Series


FatLoud has released Hip Hop King 6 which they says carries all the experience their team has gained since year 2008, when the first Hip Hop Construction King pack was released. They say that Hip Hop music is changing constantly so they are proud to present their lastest pack in up-to-date style.

A spokesperson told Sonic State, "FatLoud Hip Hop King 6 featuring 5 modern hip hop construction kits plus 5 drum kits so you can easily lay down your own drum & percussion tracks. 121 loops including: leads, bass, brass, synths, individual drum tracks, drum mixes and more plus 40 drums including: kick samples, snare samples, clap samples, hihat samples, percussion samples and ride cymbal samples. All loops are, of course, tempo and root-note labelled for ease of use in your productions."

Features

  • 100% royalty free material to use within your commercial compositions.
  • tempos (80 to 85 BPM) and key labelled samples & loops.
  • 121 drum & instrument loops.
  • 40 one-shot drum samples.
  • 5 formats: 16 bit WAV (Acidized), 24 bit WAV (Acidized), 24 bit AIFF (Apple Loops), REX, Record / Reason ReFill.
  • 100% compatibility with all modern software & hardware samplers & sequencers.


Pricing and Availability:

EUR 19.90

More information:

 

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