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Disco / Funk / Rythm'n Blues Sample from Sample Magic

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After two years in the making, sound designers Sample Magic announce the release of Funky House Grooves 2, featuring 100s of beats, live bass licks, latin-infused guitars, Rhodes, funked-up clavs, African percussion, disco-tinged brass sections, filtered music stabs and much more.


What’s in the collection?: drums, keys, bass and guitar, percussion — Authentic African ensembles, conga, bongo, shaker and sabar loops to get the groove rolling. Brass — Tight and punchy disco-tinged 3-piece sections, offering an array of all-original riffs and runs. More — 100s of single drum hits, fx, filtered musical stabs and much more — all in crystal-clear 24-bit.

FORMAT: 1,207 24-bit Wav files, 688 Apple Loops, 688 Rex2 loops, 688 RMX-Compatible Rex loops plus EXS24, Reason NN-XT, Kontakt, Halion patches and bonus material from previous releases.

Funky House Grooves 2 retails at £59.95 (physical) and £49.95 (download). Sample Magic products can be bought online

For more information, visit their web site here.
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