Steinberg Releases New VST Sound Loop Sets

Hundreds of loops for Cubase and Sequel      20/10/11
Steinberg Releases New VST Sound Loop Sets


Steinberg has released four new VST Sound Loop Sets. They say that the titles Dubstep, Indie Rock, Nu Metal and Urban reveal dedicated sound content selected for four very contemporary music styles.
Matthias Quellmann, product marketing manager at Steinberg, told us, "All four new library add-ons provide a wealth of loops, ranging from wobbling bass lines to heavy guitar riffs, and perfectly complement the content included in Cubase and Sequel. Each set contains between 250 and 300 first-class loops, exclusively recorded for Steinberg."
The Dubstep VST Sound Loop Set is a nod to one of the latest dance movements, available in 28 construction kits. The Indie Rock VST Sound Loop Set is laid out in 25 construction kits for all things alternative music. Nu Metal comes ready for use in 11 comprehensive construction kits, consisting of powerful guitar riffs, chords and a plethora of metal drum loops. The Urban VST Sound Loop Set boasts hip-hop, R'n'B and soul loops conveniently laid out in 24 construction kits.
Features at a glance
  • Hundreds of loops for Cubase and Sequel
  • Conveniently laid out in construction kits
  • Instantly accessible through the Cubase and Sequel MediaBay
  • Authentic and up-to-date collections of 24-bit high-quality loops
Pricing and Availability:
The VST Sound Loop Sets Dubstep, Indie Rock, Nu Metal and Urban are exclusively available through the Steinberg Online Shop.
Each set is available at the suggested retail price of EUR 24.99, including German VAT, and GBP £21.17, including British VAT.
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