From the producer of the best-selling Classic Disco and Satin Grooves comes Brazil Chillout - a sample library packed full of the classic sounds of Brazilian bossa nova and samba fused with a modern style and contemporary feel.
Brazil Chillout explores a genre that's had a huge influence on modern music. The 32 construction kits give you a wide choice of styles ranging from classic Jobim to smooth Ivan Lins, from acoustic to electric and with tempos from a soothing 60bpm to a house-y 115bpm.
In addition, there are extra guitar riffs and drum & percussion loops to add even more of that Brazilian flair to your music productions.
Cool, sexy, silky smooth and relaxing yet vibrant and funky this library has it all. So sit down by the pool with your shades on, a cocktail in your hand and chillout to the coolest sample library ever made.
All of the samples have been pre-cleared and are 100% original & royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees. Formats include WAV, ACID, EXS24, Kontakt, REX, RMX, Reason NN-XT and Apple Loops.
- 680 Acidized WAV files
- 680 AIFF Apple Loops
- 700 Stylus compatible REX2 files
- 37 Kontakt Instruments
- 37 EXS24 Instruments
- 37 NN-XT Instruments
- 32 Full Construction Kits
- Stereo Guitar Loops
- Bossa Style Drum Loops
- Samba Style Drum Loops
For more detailed info on the complete list and descriptions of the contents of Brazil Chillout, please take a look at the PDF of Contents.
Download Size (RAR files):
- Parts 1 - 6: 500 MB each
- Part 7: 286 MB
"Brazil Chillout brings you 32 construction kits, packed with cool, soothing bossa nova and samba performances on a contemporary tip. You'll find a beautiful selection of live performances, teasing you with euphoric chord progressions on electric piano, guitar, acoustic bass and even some light synth work. All of the drum and percussive elements are also broken down, so there's huge creative potential. As well as those kits, Zero-G have provided additional drum elements and stereo guitar riffs. The sounds are exceptionally well-recorded, and are all in 24bit format. Rating: 9/10" - Computer Music Magazine, UK