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New Hip Hop Library from Big Fish Audio

Since the beginning, man has philosophized about life. Who are we and why are we here? Big Fish Audio has come up with a philosophy of their own, "Hip Hop Philosophy," the newest product for all you producers/composers looking for the newest in hip hop...

Since the beginning, man has philosophized about life. Who are we and why are we here? Big Fish Audio has come up with a philosophy of their own, "Hip Hop Philosophy," the newest product for all you producers/composers looking for the newest in hip hop.

Rooted in abstract hip hop, this DVD includes new construction kits with beats, bass lines, synth, fx and more. With over one Gig of the fresh stuff, Big Fish Audio provides you with three formats, WAV, REX and Apple Loops/AIFF. There's also a drum loops section and a stabs section.

Contents include:

  • Construction Kits from 75 to 102 BPM
  • Drums, Bass, Synth, Electric Piano, Organ,
  • Horns, Guitar, Percussion, Bells,
  • Chimes, Sitar, FX, and more
  • Beats and Breaks Section Stabs and FX section

MSRP: $49.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.bigfishaudio.com

By our press release coordinator Monday May 23, 2005