Dub Hip hop Demo 3:120:00/3:12
Snatches of vintage horn riffs, string section stabs, tough & tight drum breaks, vocal snippets and harmonies, pulsating 70s funk conga percussion and spacey mind-altering chord progressions - DubHiphop - Selector Series Vol 3 takes you on a journey of layers, lo-fi love and that classic dusty vintage vinyl sound.
Think Tribe Called Quest meets King Tubby, 90s breaks to the alluring vibes of Roy Ayers soundscapes. Taking inspiration from the scratchy, dusty sounds of old vinyl, the hypnotic echo-laden studio creations of King Tubby to the joyous marauding of early 90s jazz-influenced hip-hop to 70s soul and Latin grooves - DubHiphop - Selector Series Vol 3 delivers a powerful arsenal of grooves and sounds that will be right at home in almost any style: hip-hop, dub, triphop, dubstep, broken beat, jungle, funk, grime, world, EDM, electronic and more.
Dub / Reggae / Hiphop
DUB HIPHOP REVIEWS: 21 5-STAR RATINGS
VIP Review Bassbin Twins 9/10
VIP Review Future Dub Orchestra 10/10
You are first greeted with the Bass Folder, 1 x Live Bass & 1 x Synth Bass, really love this as this gives you so much scope with how you want your sound to be sculpted in Dub Culture the Bass, Bass is pararmount as this sets the sonic tone to the vibes, as in Jazz it can be simple or complex & the frequency define the sound. Drums are next & they are great with such a wide range of styles & patterns, so well put together & conceived a nice variety of tempos with nice atmos to give depth & movement, also included are individual Drum Hits. Guitars are in here a small selection but nonetheless really useful, especially if you chop to taste. Horns are nice have a grainy texture & have the old skool dub ensemble sound you would get in the Heady 70s. Really like the Keys, they also have a gritty sound, with really lovely melodics, dubbed out bliss with Echo included to give it character.
Love the MISC Folder, as this gives you a nice insight into Dubmatix & the many music styles he explores & not stuck in one genre putting giving us a sneak into his sonic palette. Percussion folder is really interesting as it covers some really nice sound pallets as well as traditional & of course dubbed out. Synths are next with a whole heap of sound textures, which will be very useable time after time, very nice & very individual. Finally you get One Shots, which are again so useful & should not be underestimated. Midi & Sampler Instruments are a must in these packs moving forward.
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