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The Rucker Collective 002: Shadows

The Rucker Collective 002: Shadows


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The Rucker Collective is a library collection by producer, Motif Alumni and family. The second volume "Shadows" consists of 17 samples. French library infused. Artists like the late great Isao Tomita, Herbie Hancock, Jean Michel Jarre, Brian Eno, Edgar Froese brought great inspiration to the selections on this pack. All these pioneering gentlemen are responsible for the modernized electronic sounds brought forth in today's music. Motif Alumni brings it full circle with this collection.

Utilizing anything that is handed to him, these collections are made with vintage instruments ranging from Rhodes Mark II, ARP Odyssey, Moog keyboards, Crumar Performer, Guitars, Drums, etc. Everything is authentically made to give you that feel like you are pulling a classic gem out of your wall except you don't have to worry about getting it cleared!

Motif's work has gotten him credits with the likes of: Snoop Dogg, Dave East, The Lox, Fat Joe, Lloyd Banks, DITC, etc. This pack has 17 compositions all BPM labeled and can be purchased in either composition format or compositions and stem format.This is a digital download.

All sounds included are compatible with any DAW or sampler (44.1k)


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