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Sample Magic - Raw Analogue Funk


Expect to find dusty keys, funked-out drum breaks, MPC programmed beats, vintage horn samples, gritty basses, and saturated melodics. Flipped Funk offers an assortment of WAV, drum hits and one-shots, Beatmaker kits, and MIDI with a retro flair.




Sample Magic - Raw Analogue Funk


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Night Funk & Nu Disco administers a funky collection of indie-dance style beats, groovy bass lines, shimmering synths, soul vox, analogue synth licks primed for prime disco-house sleaze and indie electronica.


Synth-hop explores the wide source material of hiphop, which spans from the sampled synths of P Funk to lofi keys to more modern digital sounds and abstract textures. From classic funk drumbeats to booming 808 bass. The synth patches range from west coast G Funk synths to UK hiphop to the eclectic sounds of the LA beatscene. The Synth-Hop pack is compatible with both the Circuit Tracks and OG.


This pack contains 12800+ one-shot drum sounds (1.6Gb). Most samples are taken from previously released sample packs. This collection includes the sounds from various drum machines (digital and analogue), synthesized, vinyl, processed and layered drums.


We're sending out a warning! This pack is rammed full of hundreds of dubbed out and glitched up siren samples, stabs and bleeps, guaranteed to wake up the whole nation. The killer feature of this sound library is that everything has been recorded using a range of real analogue tape machines, adding the perfect warm, fuzzy saturation to create 100% authentic vibes in your studio and on the dancefloor.


This totally unique sample pack has been developed professionally - recorded in 24-bit audio, and processed in true analogue fashion. Firstly the drum hits used to create the loops were all made in-house on numerous synthesizers, such as the Roland Alpha Juno, Roland Juno-106, Roland MKS-10, Polyvox, Korg Mono/Poly Korg Poly-800 and many others. These were then layered, tweaked, and morphasized, before being slammed against each other... the result? "Wonky Beats"!


Over 600MB of sound caters for everything from the grooviest of basslines to those blissful Rhodes chords adding luscious depth. Sounds are designed to bridge the gap between machine-made, analogue music and the spirit of live jams, capturing those life-affirming moments of magic all within in a plug-and-play pack.


Public Enemy's co-producer Hank Shocklee said the group wanted their track for Spike Lee's explosive movie Do the Right Thing to have a "defiant, aggressive, 'I'm not gonna take it' feeling." They nailed it: No band since the Sex Pistols had pushed pop music's sonic and political possibilities as far as Public Enemy did on "Fight the Power." Chuck D blasted "straight-up racist" institutions like Elvis, John Wayne and the U.S. Postal Service, and the Bomb Squad layered samples over samples (James Brown, the Dramatics, Bob Marley) into implosive war-dance funk. With a frenetic protest-rally-themed video shot by Lee in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, the song was the total in-your-face package. In the summer of 1989, it seemed like it might start a revolution. 041b061a72


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