HACIENDA HOUSE is a sample pack that pays homage to the roots of the UK’s rave culture and the house movement of the late 80’s – early 90’s. The sound of the second summer of love, played in the warehouses of London, in the clubs of Ibiza, and on the ‘Trax’ of Chicago. Many of the sounds and vibe of this era have, for the past 20 years, influenced and progressed into todays dance music genres influencing a wide variety of genres including the hip hop and pop scene. This library recreates the vibe and sounds from the era and acts such as Adonis, Phuture, Larry Heard, Marshall Jefferson, Steve 'Silk' Hurley, Fingers Inc, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Rhythm is Rhythm, Todd Terry, Bobby Konders, Tommy Musto, Frankie Bones, Moby, 808 State, A Guy Called Gerald, The KLF and also covering the Balearic and Italian influences.
This library is 2.84 GB in size and is packed with the freshest sample material recorded in 24bit. Containing 750+ Audio Samples and 330+ REX2 Loops. It is an essential tool for any serious producers of house, electronica, IDM, or breakbeat music.
Download Free Demo Pack:
Hacienda House Demo
- 2.84 Gb Complete Pack Content.
- 24 bits / 44.1khz
- PC/MAC Compatible (Logic, Cubase, Live, Reason, SonyAcid, Fruity loops, GarageBand, etc...)
*Note: Format Rex2 automatically loop sync to the tempo (bpm) project.
All of the content is 100% royalty-free. Once purchased, you can use these audio loops in your music releases, both commercial and underground, with no restrictions.
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*Note: The previews are low resolution MP3s. The quality of the files you will receive will of course be much higher, uncompressed WAV-AIFF, stereo, 44k, 16-24 bit.
Producer: Digital Redux