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Dubmatix & Salaryman presents Reggae In The Jungle

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Thick Sounds has launched its latest sample pack Reggae In The Jungle, a sample pack by Dubmatix and Salaryman inspired by the defining sounds of Dub (King Tubby, Lee “Scratch” Perry) and the modern styles (The Bug, Congo Natty, Serial Killaz).

Thick Sounds Dubmatix & Salaryman Reggae in the Jungle

The pack is designed for producers who are looking for warm heavy basslines, tight rolling drums, mind-blowing musical elements and stunning vocals.

On one hand we have Dubmatix, the outstanding & critically acclaimed Canadian award-winning Reggae/Dub producer who’s worked with some of the biggest reggae legends, Grammy Award winners and more, and on the other hand, Salaryman, renowned as the French powerhouse who signed over hundreds of tracks with some of the biggest Jungle imprints, such as RAM, Technique, Serial Killaz Records and more.

Both of these producers are no newcomers to loop/sample packs. With over 20 combined years and 50+ releases, the list of packs they released through the past decade is just impressive. Joining forces like Yoda and Han Solo they teamed up for collaboration, uniting their inspirations and skills into one massive pack “Reggae In The Jungle”.

The results? Atomic!

Reggae In The Jungle features

  • 126 Music Loops.
  • 156 Drum Loops.
  • 57 Bass Loops.
  • 91 Percussion Loop.
  • 25 Vocal Loops.
  • 75 Music Hits.
  • 40 Bass Hits.
  • 129 Drum Hits.
  • 17 FXs.
  • 26 Vocal Hits.
  • 8 Bass Multis.
  • 3 Synth Multis.
  • 10 Soft Sampler Patches (7 XFer Serum and 3 NI Massive).
  • 3 Construction Kits including separated layers: Drum, Sub Bass, Reece Bass, Leads, Pads, Stabs, Instruments and Full Mix previews.

The sample pack costs £29.95 GBP, with parts sold separately starting from £6.95 GBP.

More information: Thick Sounds

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