Sample Magic Vintage Breaks

Website: http://www.samplemagic.com/details/66/vintage-breaks

Style: Drum Loops & Breaks,Drums

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Sample Magic Vintage Breaks
614.74

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Sometimes you just need some raw breaks, fast, and ready to go.

These classic breaks were replayed and recorded with vintage style and vintage gear, and vintage techniques.  This is a good dose of classic drum grooves without the copyright worries.

Useful for everything from Hip Hop to Electro, Pop to RnB, whatever you do, classic breaks never get old.

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16 Comments

  1. iRonicLee

    Might check this one out, have you heard the one by Freshtones? And if so how is that one?

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    saintjoe Reply:

    Yeah fam, I have that one too, it’s nice as well and has a little bit of extra stuff like Kontakt instruments, I’ll be showing it on here too.

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    Rich Harris Reply:

    @saintjoe,

    Freshtones has Kontakt instruments? Can you elaborate if you don’t mind? Does it have one shots? If not are Freshtone’s breaks to busy to be chopped into one shots? I like how they sound!

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Rich Harris, they made multi sampled drum kits as well as breaks, I will be doing a video on it as well

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    Rich Harris Reply:

    @saintjoe,

    Thanks man, can’t wait for the vid, what what is the actual product called? is it for sale anywhere?

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Rich Harris, Yeah it’s called Freshtone Vintage Drums, The Fills

  2. Citizen

    They sound hot Joe – sounds like a lot of them are recorded with a lot of reverb, and some other effects… sometimes that can limit the flexibility of a pack like this…

    …then again, ‘real’ breaks obviously have ‘verb, so no biggie.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    Yeah, that’s one of the characteristics of breaks actually, they already have a bit of reverb on them a lot of times.

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  3. Jamari

    I can see these coming in handy, especially when dropped into Traktor’s remix/sample decks.

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  4. saintjoe

    Never can have too many breaks lol

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  5. Jamari

    This is hot. I understand that due to time, etc. that you couldn’t go through them all. But could you tell me if it contains the Apache and King Kong breaks? Those two take me back to the 80’s and doing windmill flares on cardboard…I’d love to get a hold of those.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Jamari, they didn’t really name them specifically after certain breaks but I’m sure they replayed most of the famous ones 🙂

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  6. Haralduz7

    I love sampling breaks. Based on the video I will say this is great.
    Me want this, me broke.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Haralduz7, I hear ya! Thanks for stopping by, just trying to build up a nice resource for drum lovers!

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  7. E. Brown

    Is that a custom stand you have Big Homie ?

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @E. Brown, nah, it’s just a laptop arm I found on Amazon 🙂

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