Urban Construction Kits

Prime Loops release Urban Hype      07/06/11

Urban Construction Kits


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Prime Loops has released Urban Hype. Here's what they have to say about it...
Urban hitmakers like Nicki Minaj, Drake, Ne-Yo, Jay Sean and Timbaland have played a massive role in the making of "Urban Hype" – a new release from the Prime Loops team in London and your one-stop for all things Urban.
This latest release delivers you five construction kits, subdivided into structured drum and percussion loops, melody and synth patterns, FX and one-shot drum samples, making up 500MB+ of pure music in the making. All the sounds run from 66 through 70, 75 and 79, all the way to 80Bpm - the perfect track speeds for laying down vocals or raps. "Urban Hype" is packed with super-low bass drums, top brass, funky natural clapping, snapping patterns, sizzling hi-hats, keyboard surges and wild organ loops whether you want to add to your library of sounds within the vast urban spectrum or create your own chart ready urban tracks.
Coming ready-formatted and prepared for all the major music software apps, all the sounds and patterns in "Urban Hype" are 100% royalty free – once out of the box, they're all yours to use them how you like. Just spit your rhymes over the attached self-contained instrumentals or get creative and cut or twist the included loops and samples to the max!
Formats include: .WAV, Apple Loops, Akai MPC, Garageband, FL Studio, Rex2 Loops, Acid Loops and more.
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Urban Hype is available to download for £14.95 More information:

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