Urban Cookbook 1

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cmreal04
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Urban Cookbook 1

Post by cmreal04 » Sat May 23, 2015 6:07 pm

I'm not one to usually post these kinda things but: I just purchased the the Urban cookbook 1 from the Ableton store/packs and I gotta say, it's pretty much a no brainer if you work on Hip Hop, a ton great content and well worth the asking price.

Urban Cookbook 1
by Goldbaby
An extensive toolkit of over 3000 drum samples, chords, MIDI clips, loops and Simpler instruments tailor-made for modern urban music styles.
Ableton 9, Feeltune Rhizome, Focusrite Pro, Mpk249....

H20nly
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Re: Urban Cookbook 1

Post by H20nly » Sat May 23, 2015 7:39 pm

thanks for the recommendation... i've been looking for a little motivation, some cool new sounds might be the way.

added to cart for further contemplation... now, where's that dust rag to clean up my bass :arrow:

DEEMUSIC
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Re: Urban Cookbook 1

Post by DEEMUSIC » Sat May 23, 2015 11:07 pm

I got 1,2 and 3 of the Urban cookbooks like you said a no brainer for Hip Hop but they can be used for pretty much all styles. I use them with Maschine and Geist and if you buy them from his site they come in many formats for different software. I hope he gives a discount to those who have his sample packs when he convert them to Ableton format.

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