R&B And Funk Guitar Loops

Diginoiz release R&B Radio Guitars Loops Line series      12/01/11

R&B And Funk Guitar Loops


Buying Choices
R&B Radio Guitars is a collection of electric guitar loops played in the R&B and Funk genres. Here's all the details directly from Diginoiz...
In the package You will find warm, melodic and groovy guitar samples that are ready to use in Your composition and productions. "R&B Radio Guitars" was created by a professional guitarist with the highest attention to detail.
"R&B Radio Guitars" contains 74 perfectly sounding multiformat guitar loops (91-120 BPM).
AVAILABLE FORMATS
"R&B Radio Guitars" contains 74 guitar loops, over 350 Mb multi-format material (24 bit WAV, 24 bit Acid, 24 bit AIFF, 24 bit Apple Loops, 16 bit WAV and Midi Files) ready to use in your favorite sampler or sequencer, both hardware and software, including: Logic, GarageBand, Soundtrack, Digital Performer, Sony Acid, Ableton Live, Adobe Audition, Cakewalk Sonar, Pro Tools, Stylus RMX, Emagic EXS24 and many more.
ROYALTY FREE
All loops & samples in this library are licensed to you 'Royalty-Free' so you can use them in your commercial compositions with no extra costs. For more details see the license agreement on the last page.
DOWNLOAD DETAILS
Every purchase you make contains 1 Multiformat ZIP file (298 MB)
Wav / Acid
  • 74 loops (24bit WAV)
  • 103 MB total size
  • 74 loops (16bit WAV duplicate)
  • 71 MB total size
AIFF / Apple Loop
  • 74 loops (24bit AIFF)
  • 103 MB total size
REX/RX2
  • 74 instrument loops (REX/RX2)
  • 42 MB total size
Reason 4.0 Refill
  • 74 instrument loops (REX)
  • 74 instrument loops (WAV duplicate)
  • 78 MB total size (after ReFill compression)
Pricing and Availability:
€19.00 EUR More information:

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