Dread Hornz Vol 2 continues on in the tradition of classic ‘70s horn-driven reggae recordings from Jamaica that remain ingrained in our minds and ears - the trio horn section of trombone, trumpet, and saxophone create just the right amount of tension and excitement.
Performed by the Booom Hornz, Dread Hornz Vol 2 contains 5 song folders. Each song folder has multiple horn lines and riffs. Created for maximum flexibility and usability, the pack includes horn sections (trumpet, tenor sax, and trombone) along with each instrument provided separately. You’ll have the original dry recordings, and as a bonus, we’ve included several FX versions: dub (tape echo reverb/delay), echo version only, spring reverb, plate reverb, and lo-fi - all to help provide flexibility and inspiration for your tracks.
With over 1,200+ loops and 250+ one-shots, Dread Hornz Vol 2 provides a variety of tempos and keys that lean themselves toward use in bass music production, dub, reggae, grime, electro, jungle, breakbeat, dancehall, hip hop, trip-hop, and beyond.
The one-shots include stabs, sustained notes, swells, chords, and short riffs.
Please note: inside the pack, you’ll find most of the loops have extra empty space after the notes finish, this is done to allow the FX, such as echos and reverbs, the full time needed to decay to a 0 volume and not be cut off.
Performed by the Booom Hornz:
Cédric Munsch aka Tribuman is a trumpetist and trombonist from France. After studying at the Faculty of Musicology and the Music Conservatory in Strasbourg (France) he started working with producers (Reality Shock Records, Dubmatix, Undisputed Records, Not Easy At All Productions, and Jahsolidrock Music). Tribuman writes, records, and arranges for many international reggae artists like Apple Gabriel (Israel Vibrations), Brinsley Ford (Aswad), Tippa Irie, Earl16, Macka B, Fred Locks, Naâman, iLLBiLLY HiTEC, Midnite, Junior Murvin, General Levy, Omar Perry, and Glen Washington.
Romain Pivard aka Mux is a saxophonist who studied improvised jazz music at the Music Conservatory in Strasbourg (France). He teaches saxophone, jazz, improvisation, and collective practice in music school. He performs with different bands and covers musical styles from jazz (Razul Siddik Quintet, Sumbur), to hip hop (Art District), passing by funk (Enneri Blaka), reggae (Naâman), and dub (Dubmatix Live Band) on stages in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Estonia, and Latvia. Moreover, he collaborates with different artists on studio recordings worldwide.
Together under the name Booom Hornz, Tribuman & Mux recorded the horns for Naâman, Courtney John, J&B Kings, Dubmatix, Chezidek, Micah Shemaiah, and more.
They’ve also recorded for the English label Reality Shock Records for artists such as Solo Banton, Errol Dunkley, King Lorenzo, Mickey General, and Christian Cowlin (FOH/ Sound Engineer for The Wailers since the '90s), and on different projects including Bob Marley Tracks Project with some original Wailers and I-Threes.
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