Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's

Equinox Sounds releases a collection of versatile and timeless keyboard riffs in MIDI format      13/04/10
Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's


Equinox Sounds has released MIDI Keys: Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's, a downloadable collection from it's content partner, Smash Up The Studio. Here's what they have to say about it...
'MIDI Keys: Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70' brings you 60 versatile and timeless keyboard riffs featuring memorable chord progressions reminiscent of a classic era in music. Each of these tempo labelled MIDI loops is extremely adaptable and can cross over into any number of styles.
While the pack contains some loops particularly suited to acoustic piano, there are others designed for some of the classic electronic keyboards of the time such as the Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer Piano, Hohner Clavinet D6 etc and also loops for organ. There are 60 MIDI keyboard performances in total and each loop is tempo labelled for ease of use.
Pricing and Availability:
'MIDI Keys: Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70' is currently available for $29.95 as a download. More information and audio demo:

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