In the same series as our award winning 'Vintage Keys' The Frontline Producer is proud to present 'Bass Breaks' the perfect partner to underpin your tunes.
This is a Brand new, studio fresh, solid grooving collection of Bass samples that will move your tunes to the next level.
How often do you get to work with the players that straight out of sessions with Mark Ronson and Katy B? Well, lucky for you, these guys are on the Frontline Roster and were just happy to be locked at Frontline HQ for a week whilst scantily clad, roller skated girls take drinks orders and keep the atmosphere Bootsycollinstastic whilst the lines went down.
What we've ended up with is an INCREDIBLE collection of Bass samples; great for pinning down that bottom end, changing sections, busting out grooves or simply being the bass line you need it to be.
Yet again our blood, sweat and a really nice 5 string modified Warwick bass went into bringing you this Frolic of funk, Bootsy Bass Bundle of sample perfection.
Neve, Audio Art and TCE went into making up our audio chain with some amazing mics and some really cool Di'ing too so we've ended up with a collection of clean and dirty samples that should kick you right in the bass.
We love what we do and think you can hear it
In detail expect to find a total of 346 loops lovingly recorded in 24Bit, 44.1Khz weighing in at 559MB with bass loops at 70,80,90,100,110,120,130 and 140 BPM plus 346 Rex2 Loops.
If your productions are looking for some Down and dirty Bass or you want to funk your way to your next hit then don't delay, check out the demos and sample Bass Breaks today.
Format Options Explained:
- Zip(main) format includes Acidised Wav and Rex2 Loops.
- Apple Loops format includes Apple Loops and Rex2 Loops.
Nb: These loops are so cool we recommend for your safety, you handle them with double layered, merino wool gloves at all times.
* For The geeks
This time our favourite chain combination was The Warwick 5 string modified Bass, a TCE rig one side DI'd and smashed through an Audio Art Tube pre, the other side was out through a AEA Ribbon mic through our Portico II pre and into digital. Combined these are giving a really great sound. Let us know what you think!