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UNIQUE RHYTHMS TO ADD BOUNYCE AND CHARACTER TO YOUR MUSIC

The groove or "bounce" is a critical element responsible for adding movement and feeling to your music. Having the right swing to your beats can make or break how your song translates to the average listener. One of the most underrated and underused techniques I’ve noticed to create this feel is percussion loops. Whether its congas, bongos, electronic rhythms, or household items, adding these essential elements in the right way can take your production skills to the next level.

Enter Oracle Percussion Loops

In this collection I have composed 40 head bobbing, neck jerking, downloadable loops, guaranteed to get your tracks groovin’. Chop, Flip, or Rearrange these loops to fit your song for a more unique feel as well. Note that all loops were sampled using vintage analog samplers and then recorded to tape to get that warm classic analog feel. No matter what genre you specialize in, whether it is EDM, Hip Hop, Trap, or R&B, these loops will fill the void in your musical creations.

Details

  • Instant download
  • 40 handcrafted percussion and drum loops
  • Every loop is labeled with BPM information
  • All loops come in a universal 16 bit WAV format
  • Compatible with all DAWs (Ableton, Fruity Loops, Protools, Reason, Logic, etc)
  • Compatible with all software and hardware samples (Maschine, Kontakt, MPC, EXS24, etc)

MY PROCESS

Every sound in this producer pack was created with an understanding and passion for what it takes to make industry grade yet unique music. The inception and processing of these sounds include everything from tape machines, vintage hardware, field recordings, and even acoustic coding algorithms written by SoundOracle himself. All sounds are compatible with any DAW (Ableton. Cubase, Logic, Flstudio, Reason, etc). In addition, they work perfectly in any genre of music (hip hop, pop, EDM, R&B, you name it).

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Soundoracle
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