Music used to be
different. In the decades gone by music arrangers
would often give their musicians a break and allow
the drummer and percussionists to take centre stage.
When samplers came along, DJs and producers would
spent lifetimes excavating and digging through
crates of dusty records on the search for the
increasingly elusive sound of drums and percussion
isolated and on their own.
They would loop the
breaks, chop them up and rearrange them into new
patterns. What we have hear is an exciting and
creative way of engaging and interacting your with
favourite breakbeats. We have picked some of the
most famous breaks, I’m sure one of your favourites
is here somewhere, and painstakingly chopped them up
These sounds have then
be loaded into a special design Kontakt engine that
harnesses the power of the arpeggiator to create
infinitely different rhythms. Take a look at the
video below to see the thing in action.