Lo-Fi / Hip Hop guitar samples include Loops, chord progressions, melodies, and guitar solos.
This is really something special, you will not find anything like this on the market, recorded and produced by a seriously talented guitarist and producer with a unique style and keen ear for detail.
Take a psychedelic journey into Polyrhythmic, syncopated guitar riffs, played with human, but complex timing, and emotion.
Contains the following Lo-Fi Samples and Loops
- 16 Chord Loops
- 17 Melodies
- 2 Guitar Solos
- Made for Lo Fi and Hip Hop
- Royalty Free
- 70 - 90 BPM
- 24bit 44.1khz WAV format
- Recorded using industry-standard equipment and studio
- Compatible with any DAW
- Drag & Drop
- Labeled by Key and BPM
- Mexican Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar
- Fender Princeton Reverb Guitar Amplifier
- AKG C414 Condenser Microphone
- No compression or reverb has been added to the samples - this gives you more freedom to mix it well within your track
- All samples are normalised to -4db
- Tips and advice for mixing the guitar to get the Lo Fi sound are included in the README file within the download
- 24Bit WAV files are compatible with all major DAW's and Samplers.
If you are unsure please check the manual of your DAW or sampler; otherwise I am happy to answer any questions if you have any concerns.
If you don't know Waywell and you like psychedelic Lo-Fi, we would highly recommend his music.
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HISTORY OF HIP HOP MUSIC
Hip-hop music or rap music originated in New York City in the 1970s. although few people were aware of it. African American. Caribbean Americans, and Latino regions helped develop the genre music into a culture of art or graffiti, dance style (breakdance), and DJ'ing (turntablism).
Hip Hop is built around sampled beats with a swung groove, at a tempo of 80 to 90 bpm. Normally accompanied by rhythmical vocals or rapping. The Dj's provide the backing tracks, and often mix the breakdown from two versions of the same record.
The DJ's led the scene, but the MC's, or rappers were, at least, associated with the performance. DJs would play nonstop funk and disco music, hiring a friend to serve as their MC. The MC would welcome everyone, present the DJ, and escort them to dance and enjoy themselves. Rapping was created when certain MCs used rhymes and talked in rhythm with the music in an effort to be more engaging.
Royalty-free license with this Lo-Fi guitar Sample Pack for use in your commercial productions.
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