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Future Loops is proud to present “Future Percussion “, a percussion sample library anthology! Get ready for some of the most innovative and inventive percussion samples you will ever hear !
The variety included in “Future Percussion “ is outstanding and will surely meet all your needs for exotic and alluring rhythmical samples !
Recorded in Rio de Janeiro, “Future Percussion “ showcases Marcelo Salazar’s skills as one of the worlds top performing percussionists and also as an expert in exploring the rhythmic potential behind unlikely objects . Marcelo Salazar opens up his own personal vault , presenting both rare instruments and classic grooves making ”Future Percussion “ unique in the market as many of the instruments recorded were created by Marcelo himself , giving you access to hundreds of exclusive and striking samples !
From Congas , Bongos and Tablas to Berimbaus , Pandeiros , Kalimbas , Repinique or Gatodrums … You name it , its there !..With a total of over 60(!) different instruments and with more than 1100 loops , “Future Percussion “ is a rhythmical feast of an exceptional variety and with an unparalleled sound richness!
Marcelo Salazar was born in Rio de Janeiro and was considered one of the top ten 2006 percussionists by Downbeat magazine.He specializes in playing instruments that he creates and finding rhythm in everyday objects. Marcelo is also a highly skilled percussionist performing all kinds of traditional instruments like bongos and pandeiro.
His work includes 4 solo albums, participation in dozens of compilations throughout he world and collaborations with renowned artists like Al di Meola and Onaje Alan Gumbs.
“Future Percussion” was recorded and produced in Brasil by Marcelo Salazar and has the special collaboration of sound engineer Marcio Lomiranda .
List Of Instruments featured in Future Percussion:
- Budha Bell
- Click Metal
- Coco Belem
- Colher De Pau
- Corno Reco
- Fim Do Mundo
- Folha Plastico
- Folha Zinco
- Gerald Balls
- Hand Coco
- Pandeiro Curvin’
- Suvacos Bell
- Talk Drums
- Talk Lata
- Tam Tam
- Tambor Indiano
- Tambor Negro