So I put together a collection of the most wonkinest beats around. And, until Schlomo or Hudson Mohawke release something similar, this’ll be your best bet at getting some quality wonky beats.
You can get the product here OR click on the download link above!
For more information on this lovely package… Check out the demo pack I’ve constructed. It’s got a small selection of tracks (FROM THE WONKY BEATS PACK!!) and they’ll give you an idea about what’s in this product…
And now, some information about this One Hundred Wonky Beats product:
Scientists have recently conlcuded that 106 BPM has the most potential for wonkyness, compared to any other BPM in the entirety of sound.
Therefor, I felt it was my duty, scientifically, to construct 100 original wonky beats, all at 106 bpm.
These beats are crumpled up, ripped in half, stubborn, and wonkiliciously funky. They borrow from the ‘offbeat’ sound made popular by Flying Lotus, Dilla, Samiyam, and Mike Slott. Utilizing a variety of influences (including funk, gabber, grime, purple, glitch hop, and hip hop) this pack has some very fun beat samples in it. I had LOTS of fun with these beats, as wonky is my favorite genre. Or… subgenre, or whatever.
I used to host The Wonky Underground radio show on Glitch.FM for awhile, and have also made a lot of decently wonky tunes, and I feel like I have a strong sense of what it means to make a wonky beat. I don’t mean to overstate the case, but remember, this is for science, afterall!
Also, I’d like to point out something I noticed when I was doing the final proofing for these beats… Aside from putting them into new tracks, they’re also quite fun to just put into a playlist and listen to them all at once. It’s like one huge, constantly-evolving wonky soundtrack.
Also, I think “beat 47” is my favorite.
Well, anyway, I guess that’s about it! I hope you enjoy these weird and wonky grooves!
All the beats are original, sequenced, and ready to load into any music programs that are capable of loading .WAV files.
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