Review: Hip Hop Horns by Push Button Bang (free samples inside)

By | 2016-11-07T13:47:22+00:00 May 29th, 2015|review|

Today I will focus all attention on Hip Hop Horns, a sample pack a little atypical, especially now when minimalism in music is the watchword.

Hip Hop Horns is released by Push Button Bang and it features a collection of real brass & saxophone loops and single hits with a bonus of various other instruments suitable for modern hip hop, R&B and urban chart music production.

The loops are shaped after the brass hooks featured in productions from Jason Derulo, Kanye West, Jay- Z and Outkast; inside you’ll find valuable sounds such as linear but convincing hooks, impressive staccato stabs, amazing improvisations and massive horn breaks.

Audio demo:

Hip Hop Horns demo track

There are 100 main saxophone loops recorded at 96 BPM, extended as 100 tenor loops and also 100 baritone versions (the loops have been pitched down an octave for more depth and expression). Also contained within the loops, is a wide selection of single hit brass stabs, squeals & hits and sampled notes for programming your own brass melodies.

Besides all this, Push Button Bang adds a bonus of 140 various drum and instrument samples. Do not think that this is just a nice bonus for the sake of amount, all the sounds are designed to complement the collection, featuring both rhythmic and instrumental accompaniment. Drums, melodies, FX parts and long guitar rhythms, perfect for creating live-sounding jams in seconds.

In detail, Hip Hop Horns comes with 200 brass & saxophone loops, 30 horn variations, 30 saxophone hits, 130 instrument loops and hits and 10 guitar loops. All samples are delivered as 24-bit WAV files. All sounds included within Hip Hop Horns by Push Button Bang are 100% royalty free.

I recommend this collection to all those who are looking for some realism and expressiveness in their music.

Download below a free taster pack from the full collection.

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Stephen Rich

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