Black Octopus Sound is proud to present Shook Synth Funk! It’s not every day you can get your hands on a sample pack created by one of the world's greats, and with Shook’s debut sample pack “Synth Funk”, you get everything he is known for, and more!
Shook is an independent producer, composer, and musician based in The Netherlands. After graduating from the University of the Arts in Rotterdam he released his first electronic solo work.
In his own words, his work is inspired by "timeless forces such as love, change and art and originates from the '70s, early 80's synth-pop, disco, funk to anime and futuristic soundtracks”. But at this point, I think it’s best to hand it over to the man himself. Welcome to his world!
There you have it, Shook Synth Funk! Grab this pack today and get some of that funk into your new song!
Also, check the new Shook Synth Funk II.
- 39 Bass Loops / 112 Bass One Shots
- 86 Claps / 22 Clap Loops
- 49 Drum Loops / 92 Hi Hats
- 71 Kicks / 30 Percussion
- 118 Snares / 119 Music Loops
- 70 Synth Loops / 37 Synth FX
- 62 MIDI Loops
A word from the creator...
“I am Jasper, and I make music under my musical project Shook. The music inside the universe of Shook knows so many styles, ranging from my early electronic funk to sci-fi inspired synthesizer soundtracks and ambient work.
With this library, you have access to a wide variety of funky synthesizers closely related to my early electronic funk work and remix work I did for artists like Jamiroquai, Kimbra, Phoenix, Ellie Goulding and many others. Also, I am sharing a lot of my personal samples that I have collected over the years. You now have exclusive access to an important part of “The Shook Archive”!
This sample library includes all kinds of drum sounds. Like clap one-shots, kicks, analog kicks, acoustic snares, synth snares. Also, it withholds but an impressive musical collection of bass loops, synth loops, ambient patches, chords and much more.
All these sounds are made in my studio with my collection of analog synthesizers, my acoustic drum set, and various analog effects. I used some of my favorite synthesizers like my Roland Juno 60, Yamaha DX7, Sequential Prophet X, and the Minimoog Model D by Moog. I hope to inspire you with these sounds, and that you will use these as starting blocks to create your music.”