Nine Volt Audio Promotion

Best of Electronic Guitars loop collection comes free with any purchase      26/11/09

Nine Volt Audio Promotion

Nine Volt Audio are giving away their Best of Electronic Guitars loop collection free with any purchase $79.99 or more through December 8th, 2009. Here's all the details that they have sent us...
Electronic Guitars was the first release in Nine Volt Audio's BPM Flex Seriesâ„¢. It combines electric guitar with modern effects to create distinct sounding loops that range from upfront-and-center to tripped-out and ethereal.
Nine Volt Audio recently revisited the collection and re-organized it, added the ACID Wav and Apple Loop formats (to the existing REX and Stylus RMX formats), and slimmed it down to an essential 208 loops. Best of Electronic Guitars is a collection of unique and flexible loops suitable for a wide variety of musical genres.
Best of Electronic Guitars contains 208 REX2 loops organized into 20 suites covering a tempo range of 80-114 BPM. Using the loops within Stylus RMX requires the user to drag-and-drop only one folder into RMX's included S.A.G.E. Converter.
Best of Electronic Guitars is also offered in ACIDized Wav and Apple Loop formats. Like all Nine Volt Audio download releases, any/all formats can be downloaded upon purchase.
As part of the BPM Flex Seriesâ„¢ every REX based loop can be used at virtually any tempo without artificial stretching.
All loop file names identify the musical key and tempo.
Pricing and Availability:
Best of Electronic Guitars is FREE with any purchase $79.99 or more through December 8th, 2009. More information:

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