800 Chopped Samples for Sampling is a collection of old music samples, funk breaks, gathered by Hex Loops, that can be used in making hip hop beats in the classic old school style.
Not few producers approach this kind of making beats. Combined with modern synth sounds and advanced music software, the final result can be really spectacular.
This collection comes as a support for those who want to grow their sound arsenal with some of the best samples used along the time by top hip hop producers. DJ Premier, Girl Talk, DJ Shadow, Madlib, Dr Dre, Pete Rock, J Dilla, Marley Marl, 9Th Wonder and The Alchemist are just some of the producers who make sampled beats.
If you have heard a funky beat that you just cant get out of your head, and you want to turn it into a new song, sampling beats is a fun and easy project you can do on your home computer.
Over 800 Samples are ready for you to chop/ slice / cut them and make a wonderful beat.
Everything is arranged and organized in specific folders and sub folders to make your job and searches easier.
- 40 Sub Folders with chopped samples
- 800+ Chopped Samples
- Sampling Tutorials (PDF)
- One Fruity Loops Project – Sample Based Beat – all sounds included
- Free 10 Sampled Beats in Mp3 format
- Size: 700 MB
Isolate the portion of audio you wish to use in the sample, using the editing tools in your audio program. Once you have isolated the sample, you can repeat it to create a loop, or you can export it to a beat-making program (such as Fruity Loops Studio, Acid, Ableton or Reason) for processing into a completed beat.
Note: This is a collection of samples from old music hits. Originality for this sample pack comes from the work of manually picking all this samples and embedded in 40 folders for a better usability.
If you need more samples for your beats then check the Old School Drum Breaks, a awesome collection of over 700 Old School drum breaks!
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— DJ SEAN LEGEND (@SEAN_LEGEND_MTS) January 16, 2015