Loops Of The Famous Online

Sonic Reality announces new Studio Profiles website and Drum Masters sample collections      23/12/07
Loops Of The Famous Online


Sonic Reality, leading sound developer has just launched a new web site www.studioprofiles.com which features the instruments and loops of famous musicians, engineers, producers and studios around the world. They tell us that it offers a behind the scenes look at sound production with recording artist’s bios, photos and video clips. You can also listen to audio demos and purchase downloadable sound collections from legendary drummers in a new Studio ProFile series called Drum Masters. This series features stereo Rex2, Apple Loops and Acidized Wave loops from top drummers such as Steve Gadd (Paul Simon, Steely Dan), Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson), Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel, Tony Levin Band), Danny Gottlieb (Pat Metheny Group, Sting), John Blackwell (Prince, Diddy, Justin Timberlake) and more.
Additionally, playable multi-sampled instruments from these artists will be made available in Q1 of 2008. Sonic Reality say that the Studio ProFiles on line catalog also offers the first ever “true multi-mic� Rex2, Apple Loops and Acidized Wave loops in the styles of Classic Rock, Rhythm & Soul, Nashville Country & Blues and an ever growing selection of sound collections available on DVD and instant download from anywhere in the world exclusively from www.studioprofiles.com and www.esoundz.com Pricing and Availability:
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