As part of samba schools from the 1930’s the Cuíca is present in various aspects of Brazilian music and became a tool with features typical of Brazil.
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Listen the Sounds of Cuíca 2
Brazilian Series Cuíca 2 comes with more rhythmic variations and loops, the library features new groove options and varied rhythms than in the first version.
Despite it’s East / African origin the Cuíca has become a genuine instrument in Brazil. As part of samba schools from the 1930’s the
Cuíca is present in various aspects of Brazilian music and became a tool with features typical of Brazil. It’s execution combines technical, swing and has a unique sound.
A novelty in the new libraries is the individual control of session microphones. You can mix 2 distinct microphones in different positions providing more freedom and timbre options in the song. Control the microphones even within the loops.
The Cuíca 2 was recorded by the great musician and percussionist Robson “Batata” renowned Brazilian musician.
- Cuíca 2 – Single Hits Articulations
- Cuíca 2 – Slow Grooves (88 bpm)
- Cuíca 2 – Slow Grooves (sync)
- Cuíca 2 – Rhythmic Loops (115 bpm)
- Cuíca 2 – Rhythmic Loops (sync)
- Cuíca 2 – Effects
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