Original Ghetto Funk

Prime Loops releases a new sample pack      22/05/14

Prime Loops tells us that Original Ghetto Funk is a raucous cocktail of vintage funk elements and contemporary bass music sounds. They say that you should think heavy mid-tempo drum breaks, dubstep inspired basslines and plenty of bounce. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it in their own words...

This pack is inspired by the likes of a A-Skillz, Featurecast and Krafty Kuts and its creator is none other than the UK's most daring Bass Music Producer, Rob Talbott.

From infectious fuzz bass loops to defective synths, commanding vocal hits, shuffle snare patterns, bouncing drum breaks, one-shots and a whole lot more, Original Ghetto Funk delivers 260MB (232 individual files) of electro-boogie grooves via direct download in pristine 24-bit High Definition quality.

Representing the finest attributes of a genre that successfully merges old skool elements with nu-skool tricks, Original Ghetto Funk was recorded with a wide range of vintage hardware and ultra-modern processed plugins. Listen close and you can even hear a classic Roland SH09!

Whether you're creating fresh Ghetto Funk mixes or using these catchy elements to add some extreme bounce to your sound, this royalty free sample pack will add 5 folders of Drum Breaks, Basslines, One Shots, Synth Grooves and Vocal Hits to your sample archive.

Drag any of these samples into your DAW and the loops will sync automatically with the tempo of your pre-existing mix! If you're creating a track from scratch or need to change the tempo of your mix, you can simply click on the end of any of these loops and stretch or squeeze them to match your required bpm.

Available in multiple formats, you can choose the right format for your software when you purchase Original Ghetto Funk.

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