TLDR; Click the graphic above to get the samples on the easy breezy, you incredibly swangin’ hep cat! The FULL VERSION is coming out in the next couple of days… Be ready for it :)
and if you like the demo, maybe you’ll consider getting the full version? It’s here if you’re interested. On sale, too!
Starting the new year off with something exciting…
Free Electro Swing Samples (Vol. 3 !!) DEMO (..it’s been a year, but now it’s here at laaaast!)
Get out your zoot suits…uh… Go out and buy a zoot suit, get your flapper gear looking ducky, and head to your nearest speakeasy. Why? Because producers of electro swing have just got a brand new weapon… StrangeFlow’s Authentic Electro Swing Samples Vol. 3 !!
The ‘StrangeFlow’s Authentic Electro Swing,’ series is, by far, one of our most popular products at Bassadelic.com (that and the trap packages we also do) and for good reason; they’re swanky as ALL HELL! Electro swing (be it on the house music – or – the hip hop end of the spectrum) is huge right now. It’s so much fun! Everywhere from Australia, Asia (and Europe, especially) and also across North America, swing clubs and swing parties have opened up, promoting a musical revolution that is completely unparalleled. Carefree, melodic, always bass-heavy, full of fun electronic sounds and old school swing/jazz/big band samples from the first half of the century, electro swing is truly one of the hallmarks of our time!
To put it another way, this ISN’T your parent’s swing revival…
So, what about the new sample package, then?
Copies of ‘Electro Swing Samples Vol. 2,’ have been picked up all over the world, marking it as a real international form of dance music. ‘Vol. 3,’ promises all that ‘Vol. 2,’ offered, and more. Royalty-free and sequenced (quantized / turned into loops) this package is one of the best we’ve ever offered, here; and if you take a look at the demo pack (FREE!) I’m SURE you’ll see why.
If you download the demo and decide that the full package is not for you, that’s OK, you can still use all the demo samples in any tracks you make in the future, and you don’t have to give Bassadelic or StrangeFlow and credit whatsoever. All the samples in the demo pack are taken directly from the huge archive of audio samples available in the full version. I wish you happy mixing – as well as a bright, jazzy, and swangin’ future with your music career even if you don’t want the full version – but I certainly hope you DO enjoy them enough to consider getting VOL. 3 :) IMO it’s definitely worth the money.
So what’s in it, anyway? Get to the MEEEEAAATT!!
Ok, ok. ;) StrangeFlow’s Authentic Electro Swing Samples VOL. 3 contains the following:
—> 66 authentic swing samples from the original swing era (way back, around 90 years ago or so)
—> 10 beats
—> 6 vocal samples
—> TWO FREE GIFTS:
——-INCLUDING: 30 Funky Snares… and 31 Epic Crash Cymbals. Perfect for adding essential rhythmic elements to your compositions
So, there you have it.
. Acid Pro
. Pro Tools
. FL Studio
. & any and ALL programs that support .WAV file format.
So what artists did you sample, anyhow? BE HONEST..
Ok, here’s a list!
Paul Whiteman (The biggest name in swing music, hands down. He’s the one who originally popularized it for mainstream audiences… Having his audio in your arsenal is — at least in my opinion — very important)
Carln Fenton and His Orchestra
Vincent Lopez & His Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra
Zen Confrey and His Orchestra
Abe Lyman & the Hotel Ambassador Orchestra
The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra
Specht’s Jazz Outfit
Benson Orchestra of Chicago
“There really is NOTHING else quite like this product on the market. And, it’s insanely reasonable in pricing. You might wonder why it’s so inexpensive… Is it because we don’t have confidence in our products? That’s not it at all: WE HAVE FULL CONFIDENCE in EVERYTHING we release, we’re just NOT trying to rip you off, that’s all, honestly. I’m a musician, and I would hate having to pay sixty or seventy bucks for ANY sample pack, it’s just ridiculous, which is why I keep mine at decent-minded prices. That’s my story, and I’m definitely sticking to it! My music / sample releases on Bassadelic are affordable, high-quality products, and I’m going to keep it that way.”
So where are they? Where? Where? Where? Where? Gimme dem samples, you idiots!
Woooah. Calm yourself, please.. They’re HERE. Click HERE….. or HERE.
And the FULL version? It’s available right here! Click if you’re interested :)
Thanks for givin’ us a chance, And we REALLY hope you enjoy the samples!!!
This product contains 100% royalty-free and/or copyright-expired tracks, and is legally allowed to be sold in the U.S. You can use these audio files in any of your musical compositions or projects, both personal AND commercial. The one thing you can’t do, however, is resell the samples. That’s all. Other than that, rub some funk on your new tunes and get EVERYBODY’S fingers snapping to your next album! :)
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Please help !
Recently I heard this crazy, awesome dancy music called electro-swing so I decide to start making it… But the problem is there is no tutorials on youtube cause I am trying to work in FL studio 10. Can you mail me please some proper sites that are explaining working in FL studio. This music genre is rare and there aren’t many people involved in progress of it… I am planning to buy this pack just to be sure :D
yes, there are some tutorials available for making electro swing with FL 10. I found a few on youtube:
I’ll email ya, too, to make sure you get this.