PowerFX Ship Apple Loops Disc Jams

Talk about sticky content      15/04/04

PowerFX Ship Apple Loops Disc Jams
Electro Clashmatic ??? one of many

PowerFX are regular licensed content providers for Apple, Sonic Foundry, Cakewalk, Ableton Live, Mark Of The Unicorn, Propellerheads, Steinberg, Sounds Good, Bias, Denon, IK Multimedia, Visiosonic, Voice Crystal, TC Electronics and Nokia. Their sounds have been used in countless music, film and commercial productions. Now they release the latest series of Apple Loops, specially optimized for Use with Apple???s Soundtrack & Garage Band applications. These custom made construction kits are pre-formatted as Apple Loops. Each disc is available for $49 USD ???including free worldwide shipping- exclusively from the PowerFX Apple Zone. Power FX released their first three titles of the series in January and they are available for $49 USD exclusively from the PowerFX website also. These titles are:
  • Invincible Dance: A fresh collection of Club & Dance oriented loops featuring everything from bass & drum loops to synth pads and FX loops.
  • NuJazz House: Authentic acoustic & electric instrument samples in the Jazz vein that include drums, bass, electric piano, minor 7th chords & much more.
  • Electro Clashmatic: A Neo-Retro combination of classic Vocoder & Electro style beats & bass as well as modern synth & FX one shots.
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