‘Tropical Pop LatinX’ is the Latinx/Tropical Pop crossover audio library inspired by artists like Bad Bunny, Ozuna, J Balvin, Sigala, Bomba Estereo, Jonquil, and Ska Cubano. This collection is going to send your Tropical Pop Beats into chart topping cross-over territory.
It was not until 2013 with Klangkarussell’s “Sun Don’t Shine” and the emergence of producers such as Kygo and Robin Schulz that Tropical House became a dance music trend. During 2014 and 2015, producers such as Lost Frequencies, Felix Jaehn, Alex Adair, Sam Feldt, Bakermat, Klingande and Faul & Wad Ad would join them with big Tropical House hits.
During the mid 2010s, certain Tropical House producers would team up with artists such as Justin Bieber and Little Mix. This helped the genre achieve massive commercial success and gave rise to the playlist term of ‘Tropical Pop’.
This collection was put together with a vast collection of vintage analogue and state of the art digital gear. Live Conga, Bata, Djembe, Cajon percussion artists are especially important to this collection as well as latin style keyboards, live bass and syncopated drum and percussion backing tracks.
– 412 Files
– 185 WAV Loops
– 185 AIFF Loops
– 10 MIDI Files (Complete Construction Kits)
Bunker 8 has supplied the bed tracks for countless artists, cinematic cues, YouTube backing sets, etc. This collection features MIDI files of all Construction Kits broken out into logical master groups for easy access, editing, and inclusion in your own compositions.
All 10 Construction Kits have been carefully edited and sample-accurate sliced so that each loop is completely seamless and will perform flawlessly on any DAW/development you happen to choose.
Remember, the key to a successful track is to take the elements that work for your own original compositions and tweak/twist/arrange/form them into something original. The complete arrangements are there in the Construction Kits for demonstration purposes only.