Demo 1: Lounge Percussion Loops & One-Shots
“Lounge Percussion Loops & One-Shots” works in all DAWS and is 100% royalty free.
strong>Soundtrack Loops intros Lounge Percussion Loops & One-Shots, Produced by Ethan Martin and recorded at The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas (home of one of the world’s largest SSL consoles), Lounge Percussion is a single-instrument collection focused on electric bass guitar figures, tabla and taiko drum patterns, and B3 organ riffs. It’s 100% organic, hand-played music with a light retro funk/soul feel, cleanly captured in a truly great-sounding room. The vibe conjures 1960s-era power-to-the-people (right on!) street scenes, freeform poetry slams, happy funk grooves, and a bunch of cool people jamming. Try reaching into Lounge Percussion when you’re looking for samples that can add a distinctly human feel to beats and breaks—especially those classic funky drummer grooves with deep pockets. The tabla and taiko drums in this context are an interesting departure that sets the collection apart; the simple rhythms speak a universal language with no strong cultural references attached. The performances, rendered free of effects, come together nicely to make Lounge Percussion a title with sounds that can work well in many contexts, and that can easily be further produced to blend into any soundstage. In addition to its 143 loops (70-90 BPM range) and 30 one shots, Lounge Percussion includes kits for Apple, Ableton, Reason, Sound Font, Deluge and Kontakt.
As standard practice for all loops created by the Soundtrack Loops team, Key and BPM are tagged in both metadata and file names.
Zipped Contents (234 MB)
Mapped Drum Kits