I think you mean the Latin Groove Factory cd's by Q Up Arts, there are
3 of them, all with long phrases.
From Q up arts website,
"The recognized de facto standard for Latin Music and percussion
samples. This is the most comprehensive 3 volume collection of
authentic traditional and contemporary drum and percussion grooves
from Cuba and Brazil. Grooves from the cultures of Puerto Rico,
Trinidad, and the Dominican Republic are also included in this smoking
set of drum and percussion loops and samples. Produced by experts in
the Latin music field, this CD offers the maximum amount of feel and
groove allowed in samplers today. The project is laid out in such a
way that even the lay person will be able to understand and use
Styles represented include: Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha, Songo, Guaguanco,
Merengue, Mozambique, Bolero, Salsa, Sambas - Cruzado, Funk, Partito
Batucada, Bossa Nova, Bairo, Calypso.
Percussion and Drums by Michael Spiro and Ed Smith, recorded by
Produced by Geoff Stradling
Many variations of style and tempi are offered. You can blend and
combine these different loops into traditional or completely new
musical styles. Both 3/2 and 2/3 clave patterns are included so that
you can construct authentic Latin tracks.
Mixloops offer instant gratification. These consist of Drums and
Percussion, or Percussion sections in various combinations. Special
Salsa mixes have also been made that represent the typical way the
percussion instruments are arranged, played, recorded, and mixed in
Salsa music today.
The brave of heart can go straight to the individual loops of single
instruments or drum kit, and build their own personal combination of
Each Latin Groove Factory Volume contains a set of multi-Velocity
samples of all of the instruments used in hat volume. These samples
can be used to play fills that match the grooves, or to create your
own new grooves."
They also offer more than 20 other gigasampler cd's, including drum
scores and orchestral instruments:
Nowadays, putting longer phrases on a sample cd is becoming more
commonly, because new samplers can arrange larger samples. Some of the
most praised cd's are from time+space, most of their cd's contain
large phrases in a single style,and some small samples to fill in on
scoring tools is a cd that offers real orchestral phrases:
Most other soundbanks for gigasampler are on the page of Nemesys, the
creators of Gigasampler: http://www.nemesysmusic.com/
At Sonic State, they review sample cd's, you won't find many cd's, but
you will find good reviews of the latest cd's. On soundcentral, you'll
find manufacturers of sample cd's.
I hope this helps you out,