Peace Love Productions Scratch Boom Bap
Scratch Boom Bap is a library of loops and samples for producing underground Hip Hop and Mushroom Jazz grooves.
There are 210 Moog synth samples. 2-4 notes at multiple octaves for each patch. You can load them into your sampler. They are also looped at 94 BPM. You'll also get 124 Moog SynDrums and 60 drum oneshots. Loop folders include Basses, Cymbals, High Hats, Snares, Kicks, Dj Scratches, Synths, Keys, Organs, E-Pianos, Brass, SFX, and much more. 614 loops in total.
This collection was inspired by artists like MF Doom, Devine Styler, Quasimoto, Q-Tip, Madlib, Binary Star, Macvillian, Mos Def, Delltron 3030, and Murs. Tempos from 90-95 BPM. 24 Bit 44.1kHz Stereo
This is a PLP EP series loop kit. EP = Enhanced Packs. Enhanced Packs are universal formats so you make one purchase and choose your favorite file format from Apple, Wav, and Recycle. 24 bit 44.1kHz Stereo ACIDized WAV, Apple-looped Aiff
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