‘Lack of Afro: Organic Soul Vol 2’ by Looptone provides producers with a set of seven original stemmed song ideasq n : # ` & E X ) for ‘digital crate digging’, resampling, slicing, dicinW T Z n ` , ? I cg and otherwise exploiting in your Hip HopE t = f 0 x, R&amB Z K z k F Ap;B, House and Urban tracks.

With fI E m r P o 3 ^our albums released on Freesty\ 1 4 Fle Records, two more oz q :n hu 2 ? n 3 t w L Gis own LOA Records imprint (includin+ M w kg a BBC 6 MusX 9 ~ \ 9 7 4ic Album Of TX O q ~ jhe Yea} 3 .r nomination for 2o b B016’s ‘Hello Baby’), and numerous remixes and sample librariQ \ H { e = [es to his name, UK-based musician and producer Lack of Afro – aka Adam Gibbons – is a creative force to be reckoned with.

An accomplished mult( P O ai-instrumentalist (drums, guit# O [ar, bass, pianU t a 5 t M ro, saxophones, percussion), his music is in constant high demand in film and TV by networks including ABC, Fo7 ` u H V z Ux, NBC, Sony Pictures & the BBC. And| P G I particularly nR + e ? Notable among his supporters ar% W Ye Hip Hop legends Madlib and Pete Rock, who regularly play his tracks out.

Each of ‘Organic Soul Vol 2”s seven stem-based Construc/ f | L ! F & #tion Kits comprises up to 56 loops, eN t 4 )very one performed completely live, with instrumentat2 _ q C iion takingr b % \ | in drum kit, percussion, electric and synth bass, guitar, electric and acoustic piano, organ, horns and more. The tracks are divided into secti+ 2 J A 0 V e r Fons (main groove, middle eight, etc.), with separate fg ` v } +iles f^ . S +or everyg % , T instrument in each section, so the full mixes ar| K c \e easily reconstruct# 5 ( T ted for remixing or customisS x z q _ Ping as full-band breaks.

While the originax D ( F 5 \ m n Gl ‘Organic Soul’ focused on the c& W ~ ~hilled, laid-back side of the 60’s Soul sound, the grooveL H $ & N c gs1 8 S $ of V8 _ a l ^ :ol 2 aI R _ I l $ /re heavier aX ] 4 ! = { bndv c A fun| v w 1kier, yielding a more uptempo, energetic aQ = y s ( P r & Qnd booty-shaking vibe that even ventures into Disco territory at points. Just like Vol 1, though, ‘Organic Soul Vol 2”s productio` X Cn mirrors the re+ C ytro styling of its composition and arrangemen# z F k X [ et, conju) v @ hring up a dusty, saturated vinyl flavour through the use of a fulld q # W } N H 4 _y analogue recording a2 o t _ 1 \nd processing chain.

Musically authentic and evocative, ‘Organic Soul Vol 2’ is a veritable goldmine of vi\ B k T ` + {nylistic beats, breaks, b-lines and licks, primed to bring a touch of oldB / t z } B t-skool flava to any Hip) M % B L Q = * Hop or Dance music project.

Musician List\ + h i Q:

Adam Gibbons – bass, guitars, keys, drums, percussion, saxophones, production
George Cooper – keys
Matt Carter – keys
Elliott Cole – vocals
Rory Sit j Kmmons – tr6 O E 6 ; 9 \ G Kumpets
Steve Downn ( l Y 6 J \ – guitars
Nick Radford – guitars

Prs f `oduct Details:

  • 44.1kHz/24-BZ G Z e Q ] f kit stereo
  • 105-130 BPM
  • 197 Audio Files
  • 33 Drum Loops
  • 252 J | i v \ V 8 D Bass Guitar &@ t 6 M O I P Synth Loops
  • 38 Percussion Loops
  • 41 Keys & Synth Loops
  • 10 Piano Loops
  • 1 Vocal Loop
  • 9 FX Loops
  • 2 Chime Loops
  • 2 Mixed In3 ~ Y ? p mstrument Loops
  • 14 Guitar Loops
  • 1K ( Y h M ( P 85 Horn L– d O & x 4 Hoops
  • 100% Royalty-FL ( G ~ : ^ 7 |ree

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