Product Details/Specs:

• 396 Loops • 335 MB
• 86 BPM – 135 BPM • Royalty Free



Oriental Percussion 1 – Dynamic Traditional Grooves

Dive right into the vast and luscious soundscape of ‚Oriental Percussion 1‘ and discover a whole new world of rhythmic expression! Be it the deep and earthy ring of the def or the dynamic textures of the darbuka, every instrument has its very own, traditional touch. Check out this exciting collection and add some more layers of groove to vibe with your dance, pop or soul production.
With ‚Oriental Percussion 1‘ we present another release from the ‘Artist Series of Image Sounds’. In this great expert series, we focus exclusively on the recording of live instruments and vocals, all recorded by professional musicians. The library recordings are made with high-quality recording equipment to capture a tremendous closeness of the natural sound of each instrument. You will not only notice the textbook quality, but also the variety and high-quality processing we are eager to produce.
The product is 335 MB in size all in all. The tempos are between 86 BPM – 135 BPM. The library contains 19 folder and offers a total of 396 percussion loops in many different musical styles.
‚Oriental Percussion 1‘ contains bendir, bongo, darbuka, def, zil & holo. With each percussion folder you will get a huge selection of different loops, all of which work well together or can be used individually. Thus you can select percussion loops for a complete song or just use a sample for your song – all within seconds. These loops are easy and intuitive to work with, enabling a fast workflow, which, of course, is essential in music production.

Each and every loop contains tempo information. They are pre-mixed and ready to use, with perfect EQ and light compression. They have been carefully and professionally recorded by proven experts, using top quality studio equipment, with sound optimized and recorded in 24Bit and 44.1 KHz.

Artist Credits

All vocal loops were played by Volcan Gümüs and recorded/produced by Ozcan Sunar.

Important: Please note that except the percussions all instruments are for demonstration purposes only.