Blazin RnB & HipHop Collection Vol. 3
The third edition of the Blazin RnB & HipHop Collection Series is out now.
Blazin RnB & HipHop Collection Vol. 3 is a sound library for the types of urban music made popular by producers such as Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Just Blaze, Kanye West, Polow Da Dawn, Akon, Danjahandz, Will.i.am, Swiss Beatz, Darkchild and the Neptunes.
- 2.7 GB DVD
- 24-Bit / 44.100 kHz
- 35 Construction Kits
- 767 Wav / Acid Loops
- 300 Rex2 Loops
- Over 1000 Wav Samples
Loops [ 60 - 120 Bpm ]
Drum Loop, Kickdrum, Clap, Snaredrum, Snap, Percussion, Hihat, Crash, Shaker, Acoustic Drum, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Bass, Synth Bass, Piano, Grand Piano, Arpeggio, Ensemble, Orchestral, Harp, Choir, String, Hit, Horn, Ethnic Guitar, Ethnic String, Sitar, Gate Sound, Analog Sound, Saxophone, Filtered Sound, Modulated Sound, Moog Sound, Retro Sound, Bell, Pad, Lead, Synth, Special Sound and Vocal.
Kickdrum, Clap, Snaredrum, Snap, Hihat, Crash, Shaker, Percussion, Bass, Synth Bass, Acoustic Drum, Modulated Sound, Moog Sound, Special Sound and FX-Sound.
Acoustic Drum, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Ethnic Guitar, Sitar, Vocal, Percussion and Grand Piano.
Extra Sounds [ Exclusive Bonus Material ]
Loops [ 73 - 100 Bpm ]
Drum Loop, Snaredrum, Hihat, Percussion, No Kick Loop, Arpeggio, Electronic, Grand Piano, Modulated Sound, Music Loop, Special Music Loop, Special Sound and Synth.
SRP € 87.-
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