"Very Sick Drums v.01" Sample Library by VSB 16bit 44KHz Drum Samples
If you're goal is to produce great hip hop or soul music, the drum tracks are one of the most important foundations for those styles of music. If you don't have the right drums sounds, recorded with the right organic timing and feeling, your music will lack the important elements, that define it's authenticity. Following the tradition of production greats like J Dilla, 9th Wonder, Kev Brown and Khrysis, to name a few, J.Filt has created a drum set, hands down, that delivers those elements required to achieve that treasured sound. The care and research that went into selecting and recording these drum sounds, delivers nothing but the best in hip hop drum resources. The vintage timber and sound quality of the drums, allow for authentic drum track arrangements.
"Very Sick Bass v.01" Sample Library by VSB 16bit 44KHz Bass Samples
This time around J.Filt thought about beat-makers who need resources for the bass line. "In my personal opinion, no classic track is truly complete without the bass line". For some, the dilemma may be in the amount of time it takes to dig and find a dope bass line loop for your beat. For others, it may be searching for authentic sounds and tones to create your own original bass line. Well fortunately, the Very Sick Bass Sample Library caters to both issues. Using the live loops adds that old school feel to your beats, like having a live player in your recording session. You can also chop them up and spread them out on the keyboard. Then rearrange them any way you like, create your own bass melodies.
Kev Brown, Black Milk and Nottz are known for lacing their joints, with tight bass lines that bring character and polish to the arrangements. The neo soul influence on hop hip bass lines, as the genera has evolved over the last ten years, has definitely brought an appreciated complexity to the music. The relationship between the bass line and the drum track is critical for great music. In order to make a statement with your tracks, you have to have diverse and unique bass line resources in your tool box. J.Filt delivers again with this first edition of his .