RnB Keyboard Progressions In MIDI Format

Equinox Sounds releases Smash Up The Studio MIDI Keys: Soul Machine      28/09/10

RnB Keyboard Progressions In MIDI Format


Equinox Sounds has released Smash Up The Studio MIDI Keys: Soul Machine, a collection that they say brings you classic 80's and RnB keyboard progressions in MIDI format. Here's their press release...
Equinox Sounds has released 'MIDI Keys: Soul Machine', a downloadable collection from it's content partner, Smash Up The Studio. In producing 'Soul Machine' Smash Up The Studio has tried as accurately as possible to re-create those wonderful chords and classic grooves for the modern day producer, so if you are looking for a more musical collection of Soul/RnB loops, this is the real deal.
Featuring bass lines, piano loops, rhodes loops, MIDI guitar loops for acoustic and electric styles, and synth loops in various styles including bendy moogs, funky polyphonic hooks and floaty/ambient style progressions. You'll find 80 MIDI loops ranging from 2 - 16 bars in length.
In addition to this, the pack also contains 7 MIDI construction kits. These kits contain all the melodic MIDI parts for each of the 7 tracks created for the production of the preview track, that's everything you hear, including the guitars, (which are also MIDI). Drum beats are not included.
Produced by Steve Burton for Smash Up The Studio. All content is royalty free.
Pricing and Availability:
'MIDI Keys: Soul Machine' is currently available for $29.95 as a download More information:

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