Electro Funk: Key Loops
Classic 80's Electro Funk keyboard loops performed on vintage analogue
synthesizers. Seriously funky synth hooks as well as cool bass grooves,
piano's, rhodes and a host of other keyboard sounds. Highly authentic
riffs and chord progressions all in classic early to mid 80's style. Also contains
4 construction kits as featured in the preview track.
Smash Up The Studio presents "Electro Funk: Key Loops" a journey back to
the post disco era of boogie, funk and soul in the early 1980's. A time when
top musicians started replacing traditional funk elements such as horns, drums
and bass with synthesizers and drum machines creating a completely new and
This pack focuses on keyboard and synth styles and has been professionally
performed by a top keyboard player to accurately reproduce those amazing
funky riffs and sounds using vintage synthesizers of the era including Moog,
Sequential Circuits, Roland, ARP and others.
All loops are tempo labelled and with a few exceptions are mostly mid tempo,
(between 105 and 115 BPM was the standard of the day) and vary in length from
2 to 16 bars. All loops have been recorded in 24 bit audio.
Midi loops have also been included for extra versatility.
70 Wav loops 24 bit
70 Apple Loops 24 bit
70 Midi Loops
4 Construction kits in 24 bit Wav format
Total pack size is 562.2 MB
The construction kits contain all the keyboards from the mixes in the preview track.
Each kit has been broken down into separate samples so you can arrange the tracks
to your own personal requirements. The drums are for demonstration purposes and
are not included.
Produced and performed by Steve Burton for Smash Up The Studio.
All content is royalty free.
Wav 24 bit
Apple Loops 24 bit
About the producer:
Steve Burton is a session keyboard player, songwriter, producer based in London.
He has worked on House, RnB and Pop mixes on many major labels including
Strictly Rhythm and Ministry Of Sound, and has featured on tracks by artists such as:
Mary J Blige
Masters At Work
Lynden David Hall
C&C Music Factory
Sounds of Blackness
Rui Da Silva
And many more....