More Symphonic Sounds

Producer Loops releases Symphonic Series Vol 4: Piano & Orchestra 1      24/08/12

More Symphonic Sounds


Buying Choices
Symphonic Series Vol 4: Piano & Orchestra 1 is the next installment in Producer Loops Symphonic Series. Composed and produced by Sergei Stein, a classically-trained Russian-born composer with a degree in classical composition and music for film, this next volume of symphonic loops spans five construction kits with an emphasis on the piano and supporting orchestral instruments. Product Specifications:
  • 5 Construction Kits containing audio loops and MIDI loops representing musical phrases
  • All audio loops are dry (no FX) and the same loops are also available with reverb (tail loops). All in 24-Bit, 44.1 kHz sample rate
  • 5 OMF files containing the exact arrangements of the tracks are provided, so you can import the full arrangements into all sequencers which support this format. These files are great to be used as reference files and to export small sections you pick out yourself while having the opportunity to make your own mix before you start exporting. This format is also great for DJ's and sound designers.
  • All loops are royalty-free to those who have purchased the product. "Commercial use" of the five original compositions "exactly as they are in the demos" is forbidden, though. One has to make "new music" using our loops to act in accordance with our license agreement.
Pricing and Availability:
Symphonic Series Vol 4: Piano & Orchestra 1 is available for instant download for £49.95 / 63,30 EUR / $66.15 USD. More information:

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