Snare & Clap | Loop Lounge

Loop Lounge

Snare & Clap

£10.99 GBP

Description

Royalty Free Sample Library

Genres: Techno, House, Other

 

About the collection

Filled with a wide range of snare drums and crunch clap sounds. This collection is highly suited for music from the electronic music genre, namely for Techno and House Music.

 

This collection explores samples from the classic drum machines such as the 909 and 808, as well as samples from the more modern Drum brute and MFB. We have also included samples from acoustic snare drums such as Ludwig and Hayman, completing the collection with some real handclaps.

 

All the samples have been carefully processed in order to bring effective percussion to the productions and to allow for further manipulation if required.

 

With a total of 150 samples, the collection has been organised into 2 folders:

  • “Snare” with 10 acoustic “snares”, 10 Rims from drum machine, and 55 snares from drum machine and

 

  • “claps” with 71 claps from drum machine, 4 handclaps.

 

All the samples in the pack are in WAVE format at 24Bit/44.1kHz.

 

Thank you forstopping by to peruse our collection. Loop lounge is a UK based boutique sample library producing royalty free DJ Tools and audio samples. Working closely with professional musicians, DJs, producers and sound designers, our collections aim to answer the needs of modern artists. All our samples are 100% royalty-free and ready for use. Simply add some of your creativity and personal touch!

 

Please note: the collection contains ONLY drum shot of snares and claps.

 

Contains:

 

Format: WAV 24Bit/44.1kHz,

 

Number of samples: 150 11.3MB

 

Clap: 71 claps from drum machine, 4 handclaps

Snare: 10 acoustic snares, 10 Rims from drum machines, and 55 snares from drum machines.

 

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Downloads contains (excl. artwork and booklet):

 

Format: WAV 24Bit/44.1kHz,

 

Number of samples: 44 623.8MB

 

Clap: 71 claps from drum machine, 4 handclaps

Snare: 10 acoustic snares, 10 Rims from drum machines, and 55 snares from drum machines.

 

 

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