Description : Very peaceful riff much like Eric Satie's intro to Gymnopdies.
The progression switches between Dmaj7 to Gmaj7.
Just a thought: - If you would like this in a different key just contact me.
Waltz Satie in D major by Bebop has received 9 comments since it was uploaded.
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Description : RIP
No samples used
dont do drugs
Description : Piano Chords recorded on my Roland FP-30, great for Boom Bap songs
Please send links to your songs, thanks
Description : More down tempo than hip hop, but chop it up and push it to something at 80 to 90 bpm. Bam! Sounds like Scott la Rock was here. J/king. No samples used, only Reason addon's. Added the bass cuz the loop was about 20 cents flat. Makes it easier on loopers.
Description : some chords i ve recorded then chopped.good to slow down for lofi or boom bap
Description : I made this loop using a piano out of nexus.
Check my Instagram on my profile for collabs. Would love to hear your work on this one.
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Description : 8 seamless bars of a slow-ish 1950's-style piano riff. Triplet-feel. Cut-and-paste measures to get the blues progression you prefer.
Description : broken vinyl
Description : Enjoy guys :3Message me for midi! Info in my bio
Description : pre made with cassete tape FX
part of my LilPeepee lofi soundkit which comes with midi :))
Message me. my info is in my bio :))
Description : 8 seamless bars of an atonal piano piece as heard on a very old, beat-up record.
You may use this at 77bpm... or double that, at 154bpm
Description : hahahahahahhahahhahahah
ok fr tho this is the easiest shit to make
but it always sound so good
Description : Simple dark piano loop, enjoy using it. Leave a comment to show me what you've done with it. Peace - Ungoverned Recordz
Description : made in fruity loops 12 with the spectrasonics omnisphere 2
Description : Dark piano loop made with Nexus plug in, lots of reverb. Much more to come, thanks for listening. - Watters on the Beat