Loopmasters Da Lata - Afro Brazil Parade Vol1
Afro Brazil Parade contains 18 Live and Synthetic Bass Grooves, 7 Live Played and 56 Programmed Beats, 30 Raw and Funky Guitar Loops, 20 Keyboard parts, 85Percussion loops (Umbi, Tumba, Shekere, Triangle, Djembe, Whistle, Agogo), 23 Single Drum Samples, and 38 Instrument and FX samples including Guitar, Bass, Bells, Accordian, Sax, Pads and Vocals.
Genres: Afrobeat, Broken Beats, Electronica, House, Artist Series, Chillout, Drums, Percussion, World, Deep House, Funk, Tribal House and Disco
Formats: Wav, Acid, Rex2, Reason Refill, Ableton Live Pack, Apple Loops, Halion, Kontakt, EXS, SFZ, Stylus RMX, Ableton Live Presets, NNXT and GarageBand
- 385Mb 16Bit
- 220 Loops
- 60 Hits
- 17 Ready to Play Patches for Reason NNXT, Halion, EXS, SFZ and Kontakt Samples
- Apple Loops version
- Reason Refill and Ableton Live Versions
- 18 Bass Loops
- 64 Drum Loops
- 31 Guitar Loops
- 20 Keys Loops
- 85 Percussion Loops
- 20 Drum Hits
- 38 Instrument Hits
- Latin Percussion
- Brazillian Samples
- Future Funk
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