Origin Sound proudly presents Day Dreaming 2, packed full of just as many vibes as Vol 1. Enter a vintage realm teeming with smooth jazzy keys, lush vinyl textures, and much more.
Start your journey by inspecting the music loops folder. Packed with 10 thick bass loops; 10 warm and wobbling chord loops, ranging from smooth dusty keys to jazzy acoustic guitars; 10 authentically vintage chop loops; 12 soft melodic loops, ranging from delicate synths to twanging guitars; and 10 meticulously crafted song-starter loops. These music loops are the backbone to Day Dreaming 2, and a great place to start your sample search. Throw a music loop right into a project, or summon your inner hip-hop guru and chop it up.
A perfect compliment to the music loops are the drum loops. Start digging through the folder to find a plethora of beats perfect to combine with your own beats, sample and chop up, or just throw right into a project as they are. The folder contains 20 different drum loops as well as 15 extra percussive loops. The drum loops are perfectly crated and beautifully swung, offering that slightly drunk groove that can be hard to achieve. The full drum loops are also stemmed out into kick and snare only as well as just percussion. This offers ultimate customisability.
If starting drum beats from scratch is more your style, than do not fear because Day Dreaming 2 comes filled with 60 expertly tuned drum hits. Our team of skilled producers have sculpted the envelopes and timbres of these drum hits to make them the perfect tool for creating laid back beats. From kicks that cut through the mix but aren’t overpowering, to juicy snares that sit perfectly in the right EQ pocket, the drum hits folder is full of gold samples.
The cherry on top is the diverse FX folder inside Day Dreaming 2. From lush lo-fidelity field recordings to vintage style voice chops, this folder has all the ingredients needed to help you finish off your creations.
Day Dreaming 2 is the epitome of the word chill. Any producers looking to craft up some snoozing beats should definitely take a look inside the pack.
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