Native Instruments releases Southern hip-hop sample pack for Maschine
Headland Flow gives you the sound of Houston, New Orleans and Atlanta.
According to NI, Headland Flow includes samples recorded from live kits and drum machines along with “R&B-flavored instrumentation” from bass, guitar, synths and piano.
The pack is inspired by ’90s hip-hop from Houston, New Orleans and Atlanta, and was created with oroduction duo Divided Souls, who cite artists such as Outkast (pictured above), Goodie Mob and Three 6 Mafia among the inspiration.
Known for their work with Scarface and 2 Chainz, Divided Souls aimed to give the pack a “looser, natural vibe,” and recorded everything from vintage drum kits to Les Paul guitars for the 248MB of samples.
The pack is designed for Maschine 2 users, and includes 51 drum kits and 21 instruments alongside 24 presets for NI’s Massive synth, 31 drum synth patches, 7 Monark patches and 12 presets for Reaktor Prism. It’s available now from the NI store for $49/£44.