AFROLATIN SLAM features a powerful eclectic selection of rhythms, loops and hits from Africa and South America. A "must have" sample library for Sound Designers, Music Producers, Musicians and DJs, who would like to inject a truly authentic afro-latin feel into their projects. Features a huge range of eclectic rhythms, loops and hits, from frenetic West African Kpalogo, to pulsating Afro-latin grooves. Includes both ACIDized WAV and REX formats.
Produced by Francis Fuster from Sierra Leone (one of the world's foremost percussionists who has played for Paul Simon, Hugh Masekela, Manu Dibangu, Miriam Makeba, etc) and Kenyan, Sultan Makend, an acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and producer who has lived and worked in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and South America and has worked with Left field, Trans Global Underground, Judge Jules, Moreno Veloso and many top African Artists including Pat Thomas, Julian Bahula, Mose 'Fan Fan' and Abdul Teejay.
Recorded at Sultan Sound studio in London and "in the field" in Africa and South America, there is a massive selection of loops and samples, comprising more than 450 megabytes of sounds. All loops have been classified by region, original tempo, and key (if a melodic instrument). For most of the 'studio' loops, a full version of the loop is provided which is then broken down into individual elements or 'construction kits'.
Instruments included are : Djembes, Congas, Bongos, Tam Tam, Dondo (talking drum) Timba, Surdo, Rebolo, Cuica, Pandeiro, Berimbo, Timbales, Tongue Drum, Sanza, Cavaquinho, Repico, Tamborim, bells, Shakers and many other more obscure instruments.
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Cuba and Africa were never so close
This Multi Format Library (included formats listed on top) does not include any software to play the sounds on your computer. Any compatible software is required to load and play the sounds of this library.