Big Fish Audio – Modern Funk: Funk-Pop Construction Kits (AIFF, MIDI, REX2, RMX, WAV, KONTAKT)

By | September 29, 2022


Publisher: Big Fish Audio
Website: Big Fish Audio
Quality: 24 bit 48 kHz stereo

Description: Big Fish Audio is proud to present you Modern Funk: Funk-Pop Construction Kits! Inspired by the likes of Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams, these 50 kits provide the perfect amount of funk influence for your next pop production. With just over 6GB of content, you’ll find plenty of bass lines, drum beats, upbeat synths, funky guitars and keyboards. Modern Funk is the spark you need to get your pop art going!

Kontakt 5.8.0 is required to use the Kontakt 5 instrument patches

Content :
Also included are MIDI files for most of the melodic elements as well as dry versions of any of the heavily effected elements so you have full control over the sound of these kits.
Modern Funk: Funk-Pop Construction Kits has been formatted in all the industry standard file types: Apple Loops, Acidized WAV and REX. Every piece of commonly used hardware and software will be compatible with at least one of these fully developed and usable formats.
Each audio file has been expertly cut and edited to loop perfectly, and has been recorded in the highest quality 24-bit rate to ensure absolutely top quality end results.
If you work primarily with Apple products, be sure to utilize the extra loop tagging functionality in Garageband and Apple Logic as well as Apple’s proprietary time stretching and pitch bending algorithms.
If you’re working inside Protools, Cubase, Fruity Loops, Ableton Live, Sony ACID, or any other DAW on the market, the Acidized WAV files are the perfect fit for time stretching and pitch bending capabilities. The Acidized WAV files can also be used as standard WAV files in almost any music tool in production today.
Beat-makers and artists who love sampled melodic slices can take advantage of our REX/RMX format that utilizes all the powerful programming found in Stylus RMX and the Dr. Octo REX player in Propellerheads Reason.

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