Afrofunk Demo 3:120:00/3:12
The sounds of 70s AfroFunk (Fela Kuti, Ebo Taylor, The Funkees and more) is the original sound and style that inspired this pack. It’s within the inspiration provided from these great musicians and productions that we’ve crafted sounds and instrumentation that evoke the spirit of this funky, raw groove sounds.
To the lofi, slightly pitchy tones of the guitars, horns and keys, not unlike some of the classic sounds heard in 70s roots reggae from Jamaica to it’s this rawness and energy that are the backbone and driving force of Afro-Funk.
With a tempo range of 100-134BPM - Afro Funk (Selector Series Vol 4) aims to target the vintage sounds of the 70s alongside a contemporary feel and groove. As always there’s the esthetic of the Dubmatix sound - echos, reverbs, phasers, Lofi and more - incorporated into the loops and sounds to provide a variety of textures and sounds for almost any genre of music.
There are funk and hip-hop, afro, Latin drums, tons of percussion - from congas, bongos, shakers, tambourines, and more to in your face horns mixed with treated processing of reverb and echo to expand the possibilities.
GENRE(S): AfroFunk / Latin Funk / Funk / Hiphop
Tempo Range: 100-134BPM
429 Loops / 175 Oneshots
AFRO FUNK REVIEWS:
VIP Review Jon Rundell 8/10
BREAKDOWN (WAV FORMAT)
|Drum||139||Drums (***)||Kicks 23 |
Roland RE150 Space Echo, Roland RE-20 Space Echo, Roland Chorus SRE-555 Echo, Korg Minilogue, MoogerFooger, Traynor TR-2 Spring Reverb, BOSS Digital Reverb, Yamaha MOTIF, Warwick & Fender P Bass, 1986 Stratocaster, Gretsch, Epiphone Guitars + Various 60s Japanese guitar oddities, Ibanez Harmonics HD1000, Neuman U87, Yamaha Gro-112 II Tube Guitar Amp, Gretsch Jazz Drum Kit and Ludwig Breakbeat Drum Kit.