Equinox Sounds Releases Modern String MIDI Arrangements

Downloadable collection features 5 different string arrangements MIDI construction kits      08/11/10
Equinox Sounds Releases Modern String MIDI Arrangements


Equinox Sounds has released Modern String MIDI Arrangements, a downloadable collection that they tell us features 5 different String arrangements MIDI construction kits for creating the melodic foundations for a wide variety of modern music styles like Urban, Pop, Lounge, Chill Out, RnB, Soul, etc. Here's the details directly from Equinox Sounds...
'Modern String MIDI Arrangements' features 5 different string arrangements MIDI construction kits. Each kit has all the melodic MIDI parts for Bass, Organ, Electric Piano, Piano, Synth, Pad, Bass String, Cello, Viola and Violin. That's 10 different melodic MIDI loops per kit so you'll get a total of 50 files included in this collection.
Each construction kit comes labelled with the original tempo and key when recorded.
These String MIDI construction kits are perfect for creating the melodic foundations for a wide variety of modern music styles like Urban, Pop, Lounge, Chill Out, RnB, Soul, etc...
As these phrases are supplied in MIDI format, they will provide you with as much flexibility as possible. You can edit and transpose them, assign any sound you want and get your own and original melodic lines. The editing possibilities are endless as you can play the performances at any tempo or pitch without artefacts.
You can use these MIDI files as a jumping-off point to start your own track or base your production entirely around them as they are 100% royalty free!!
Pricing and Availability:
'Modern String MIDI Arrangements' is currently available for $19.95 as a download. More information:

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