Salsa Pack

Salsa Pack

Collection of 9 quality instrumental Salsa Latin loops of Afro-Cuban music. Mood: tropical, hot, sexy, party, sizzling, dance, burning, Miami, samba, rumba.

This pack created for all purpose use anywhere from music production, to commercial background music. If you would like to spice up your video with Buena Vista Social Club hot flavor, this music is for you! Some of the instruments were played live, and no post processing have been applied to this file, so it could be used in music production.

1.SALSA CHA CHA CHA LOOP – 0:33

2.SALSA CHA CHA CHA LOOP 2 – 0:27

3.SALSA CHA CHA CHA CHA LOOP 3 – 0:27

4.SALSA LOOP – 0:27

5.SALSA MONTUNO LOOP – 0:33

6.SALSA MONTUNO LOOP 2 – 0:20

7.SALSA MONTUNO LOOP 3 – 0:18

8.SALSA MONTUNO LOOP FAST – 0:30

9.SALSA GUAJIRO LOOP – 0:25

Total length : 4:00

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