Free Basslines And Ambient Loops

Sinevibes gives away two sample libraries for the holiday season      04/01/10

Free Basslines And Ambient Loops


Sinevibes tell us that they are giving away a gift for the whole musicians community. Here's what they have to say...
Our Basslines sample library (a $39 value), which counts 200 bassline and synth bass loops, can be downloaded absolutely free of charge directly from the Sinevibes website. The Ambisphere library (a $29 value), including 100 ambient and melodic background loops, can be had as a free bonus with any purchase at the Sinevibes online store or any of our online distributors (including DontCrac[k] and Producer Loops).
About the products:
Basslines is a comprehensive collection of acid, synth and bass loops developed for the most passionate music makers. Analog and digital basses, acid lines, pulsating and rhythmically modulated synths, robotic grooves - this sound library delivers professional-grade materials which will instantly inspire great new ideas.
Ambisphere features unreal sounds that open up imagination and make any static picture come alive. If the cosmos had air instead of vacuum, what sounds would you hear? Trying to answer this question, Ambisphere delivers a wide variety of very special and unusual tracks which are seamlessly and endlessly looping. All tracks are also instantly usable for atmospheric, ambient and meditational music, ear-catching intros and transitions, as well as movie and podcast soundtracks.
Both of these sound libraries come in standard WAV and AIFF formats, compatible with all software and hardware samplers and digital audio workstations
Pricing and Availability:
This offer is valid until 1st February 2010. More information:



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