There probably aren’t many more appropriately named music genres than deep house. We’re not just talking about the name describing the sound. Deep house is deep on more than one level. It originated in Chicago (where else?) in the early 80’s. Several substreams of house were already booming when deep house came with a new approach. Slower, less beat heavy but with surprising influences from other genres. It was a cocktail that had success written all over it. It soon conquered dance floors all over the world.
Contrary to other styles of house and music styles in general, deep house has proved it is here to stay. It’s both classic and contemporary, thanks to the many influences from other genres. The music introduced new kinds of vocals to the house industry. The use of soul, jazz and even gospel vocals definitely wasn’t common until the music had its breakthrough. It weren’t just the vocals that gave house a new sound: soulful and melodic samples made it appeal to a broader audience than most other house styles. Because it was more accessible and highly danceable, house music branched out to a new audience, while keeping the old school enthusiasts aboard.
Deep house samples are easily recognizable. Not only do they oftenfeature vocals, you will also hear instruments and samples from other genres. All mixed together over beats that are still uptempo and pumping, but less dominating than in most other forms out house.
Deep house sample pack
The bass lines, leads and chords are super organic. With these beats, you as a producer can complete your hits.
You can’t go wrong with a good deep house sample pack. Because it takes its inspiration from many other genres, you’ll find the sample packs in various styles. Check them out, get them and start producing your signature music.