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Hip Hop / Rap / RnB Sample from FatLoud

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Flow is the second release in the FatLoud 'Construction King' series, featuring 20 Hip Hop, RnB, Soul and Funk flavoured Construction Kits plus 200 drum-hits.

The collection includes 2.66GB of content in ACIDized Wav, Apple Loops, Reason Refill, REX2 and WAV formats.

Inspiration is said to be top dogs like Fat Joe, Xzibit, Eminem, Doctor Dre, Jadakiss, Fabolous, DMX, Ja Rule, 50Cent, The Game, Methodman & Redman, R. Kelly and Diddy and producers like Rockwilder, Just Blaze and Scott Storch.

All loops & samples in this library are licensed 'Royalty-Free’.

AIFF / Apple Loops version includes:
  • 20 construction kits including 400 loops
  • 400 24-bit AIFF/Apple Loops format
  • 200 drum hits in 24bit WAV format
  • 735MB of 24bit/44,1kHz material (602 files)
  • 735MB of 24bit/44,1kHz material
  • Total 602 files

Reason 4.0 ReFill (RedBox) version includes:
  • 20 construction kits including 400 loops
  • 800 loops in WAV and REX2 formats
  • 200 drum hits to create your own patterns.
  • 24 DrumKit presets for NN-XT
  • 24 DrumKit presets for ReDrum
  • Contains 1,09GB of 24-bit 44,1kHz material
  • Total 1052 files

REX / ReCycle version includes:
  • 20 construction kits including 400 loops
  • 400 24-bit loops in REX/ReCycle format
  • 200 drum hits in 24bit WAV format
  • 416MB of 24bit/44,1kHz material
  • Total 602 files

WAV / ACID Loops version includes:
  • 20 construction kits including 400 loops
  • Over 400 24-bit loops in ACIDized WAV format
  • 200 drum hits in 24bit WAV format

For audio demo and purchase check www.fatloud.com/products/flow.


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