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Hip Hop / Rap / RnB Sample from MPC-Samples

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Hip Hop Evolution' is a drum library containing 396 drums inspired by the production style of Pete Rock.

Created for the Akai MPC range of samplers, this collection consists of three distinct sections: A drum library containing 336 snares, hats, kicks and percussion sounds 20 'kick-hat-snare’ kits laid out in MPC programs (adding a further 60 samples to the collection) 20 MPC beat sequences (in MIDI format) that take inspiration from Pete Rock’s unique drum programming style Work Flow Benefits

The drum library is organised into instrument type, featuring MPC program files for previewing and loading into MPCs. The drum kits are laid out in identical fashion allowing you to switch between kits to find the drum sound you need for your beat. Kits can be customised using the sounds in the drum library or by using drums from your existing drum libraries. All sequences are standard MPC MIDI files with each instrument assigned to a unique track; this means they can be fully edited giving you the freedom to effortlessly change tempo, change events, and mix and match track data with your existing MPC projects, according to MPC-Samples.

Specifications

Available in either MPC SND or MPC WAV format 16 bit/44.1kHz, stereo samples 396 drums; 96 kicks, 96 snares, 96 hats, 48 percussion plus 60 kicks, hats and snares within the drum kits section. 20 MPC beat sequences in standard MIDI format Download size: 14.5MB



Price & Availability

Hip Hop Evolution is available as an instant digital download for $39.99. More information can be found at www.mpc-samples.com.

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