Prime Loops has released the R&B Iconz sample pack. Here's what they have to say about it in their own words...
Reigning the charts for more than 3 decades, no other genre wears its heart on its sleeve quite like R&B and if you're a king of emotion or queen of hearts looking to dominate the mainstream scene, open up to the intense and arresting new sample pack R&B ICONZ from audio lovers Prime Loops!
R&B ICONZ has been professionally produced and mastered to deliver a brand new pack of stunning 24-bit audio content ideal for those who want to make a dent in the charts with a contemporary, emotive R&B jam. Taking inspiration from current chart ranking players such as Akon, Rihanna, Trey Songs and Ne-Yo as well a cast of dynamic newcomers including 2 Chainz and Iggy Azalea, this pack contains all those essential R&B elements with a sleek modern twist, allowing producers to craft the freshest possible mix from these up-to-date offerings.
Available via direct download, R&B ICONZ will add 570MB of sensual electro-infused R&B to your sample library. Featuring a total of 137 loops & an additional 30 one-shots, you can build your jam from a sensual selection of emotive synths, warm basslines and seductive percussion. Whatever emotion you need to express, it's all here; from cool and collected vibes for that perfect serenade to angst-ridden despair essential for that classic break-up anthem.
Prime Loops have engineered this pack to sync easily with your mix - all you have to do is select your chosen sample from the download folder, drag and drop it into any major software and it'll sync automatically. Now you can really get down to business and if you need to change that tempo, just click the end of the stem and adjust it's length to find your desired bpm! When you're producing a prospective chart topper, royalties are always going to be a worry - but not with this pack. R&B ICONZ comes to you completely royalty free, allowing you to proceed to chart domination without lining anyone else's pockets!
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