Yes yes yall, it’s time for another review.
Back again with another sample pack from the folks over at fatloud.com, you know we like them around here.
They have quite a few that I haven’t had a chance to review for ya yet, but I wanted to do this one, you’ll soon see why.
Makin beats After Hours…
Like everything from FatLoud, this pack is dedicated to urban, hip hop, r&b music styles..that’s all they do, and they do it well.
I really liked the way they organized the samples in this one, it’s different from their usual construciton kit format, more inline with how I like to do things.
Every type of sound is in it’s own folder for easy browsing.
- Content: 189 24 bit drum, instrument, hit, chords, and loops
- Format: wav, acid, aiff, apple, rex, refill 4.0,
- Price: FREE!!!
How is the sound quality and production?
FatLoud always brings it raw, they have a very clean, tightly produced sound to all of their sample packs, this one is no exception.
The synths pop, and the production styles are current, useful, and inspiring. You don’t get bored with the sounds, and you can find something for pretty much any style of urban music you are making.
The drums knock, the strings are silky smooth, and the keys are raw.
No clicks, pops, hisses, or any of that crazy stuff you get with low budget companies…these are professional samples and you can hear it.
What’s the bottom line?
I love everything about this collection, when I got my hands on it I didn’t know what to expect but was definitely floored at the quality of it.
The fact that this is free is amazing, it’s better than many collections you have to pay for…dead serious. I could have just posted this up with the rest of the free sites I did, but I wanted to review this one specifically, because it was a full sample pack of professional quality being given away for free.
This isn’t just a demo, it’s something you wouldn’t mind paying for.
I give this collection a 4.5 out of 5 subs. You may wonder why I didn’t give it a five….well, because I wanted more lol. I know it’s greedy, but this collection was really good and I just wish it contained a little bit more content…
I definitely like the organization of this collection and I hope the guys over at fatloud continue to create products in a similar style.
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So check it out, download it, and come back over here to share your thoughts.
leave me a comment below and let me know what you think.