Loopmasters welcome Dub producer Double Tiger with an exciting collection of classic Roots horns performed and recorded live through an all analogue signal path for maximum authenticity and then drenched in lovely Dub FX.
Horns of Dub is a high-grade blend of Trombone, Trumpet & Tenor Saxophone that together form the classic 1970s Reggae horn section featuring top New York session guys paying tribute to the harmonic, melodic and rhythmic styling’s of legendary Reggae horn players such as Dean Fraser, Felix (Deadly Headly) Bennett, Rico Rodriquez, Cedric Brooks and Dirty Harry.
All horn lines have been performed live and produced by Double Tiger to emulate the rawness, brute force and real authentic "dread" quality that we have heard on so many amazing recordings from Jamaica in the 70's. There are 22 different themes with multiple melodies, harmonies, chord stab variations to choose from and also included both dry unaffected version and dubbed (effected) versions are available.
In Detail expect to find 796Mb, 188 loops recorded at 24Bit 44.1 kHz, 22 Themes each with variations and Effected versions. In Total 86 Dry Loops and 102 Dub Effected Versions.
If you are looking for a thoroughly authentic collection of Roots Reggae Horns to spice up your Dub, Reggae, Drum n Bass or Dubstep productions then look no further. Check out the demo song and download the free taster files and sample Double Tiger’s Horns of Dub Today!
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