Afro-Tropical Percussion

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  • 254MB
  • 195 Loops
  • Covers 95 to 128 BPM
  • Royalty free download

Up Beat Percussion Samples


Afro-Tropical Percussion is an exotic collection of African and Caribbean infused percussion loops ready to spice up any recording, whether it's House, Techno, Jungle, Afrobeat, Trap, Hip Hop or Funk and Soul! Lush shaker patterns, swung conga rhythms, live Reggaeton drums, processed technical drums and organic djembe solos all work together to create an exciting library of up beat grooves in tempos 95-128bpm.

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Painstakingly Recorded


All loops and samples have been recorded, mixed and programmed painstakingly for a perfectly balanced and wide sound that leaves plenty of space for the rest of your mix. Synthetic drums and organic world percussion blend perfectly to create depth and fullness across the frequency spectrum.

Royalty Free Sounds


This is a royalty free sample pack and available to download in 24 Bit Wav, Apple Loops, Rex2 Loops and Acidized Wav Samples. Spice up your mix and create some carnival atmosphere!

Let's Recap

  • 195 Caribbean & African percussion samples
  • Uptempo, exotic rhythms over various tempos
  • Beautifully recorded
  • Includes congas, shakers, djembes and more
  • Multiple file formats
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1 review

  • Bruno Correa

    I agree with the previous review. The lip some cells are too complicated to be useful as a creative The lip some cells are too complicated to be useful as a creativr tool. Reply

  • Luis Cerritelli

    Maybe it was my mistake but for my use this library was not useful to me. It only has full loops but overloaded with sounds. Like congas, shakers, djembe, etc at the same time, which makes it very hard to fit in a mix that already has drums or other stuff. I was expecting more loops with single sounds or at least only the high end or a couple of elements only, which would have be much more useful when producing a song and needing to fill the background a bit. Reply