MESSE10: New Sequel Content Sets

Steinberg releases Alternative Rock and Jazzy Latin Sequel Content Sets      24/03/10
MESSE10: New Sequel Content Sets


Steinberg has announced the release of two additional content sets for Sequel and Cubase. They say that the new Alternative Rock and Jazzy Latin sets each put hundreds of additional audio loops at the fingertips of composers and producers. Here's more details directly from Steinberg...
  • Alternative Rock
    The Alternative Rock set offers 469 studio-grade audio loops for any Sequel or Cubase customer looking to produce songs styled on legendary bands such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Radiohead, Linkin Park, Nirvana or Blink 182. A full range of electric and acoustic guitar sounds, drums and basses offer creative fuel for Grunge, Crossover, College Rock, Punk or Indie projects.
  • Jazzy Latin
    The Sequel Content Set Jazzy Latin exudes the musical spirit of South America, offering 260 audio loops including classic Jazz sounds for such as trumpet, drums, trombone and guitar, as well as hot Latin loops with the typical sounds of bongos, congas and timbales, as the ideal basis for projects and songs with a distinct South or Central American, Caribbean or Cuban feeling.
Pricing and Availability:
Available now exclusively through Steinberg's online shop priced at €14.90. More information:


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