Sound Loop Sets For Sequel, Cubase And Nuendo

Steinberg releases Klanghaus, Platinum Guitars and Guitar Spheres      13/06/13
Sound Loop Sets For Sequel, Cubase And Nuendo


Steinberg has released three new VST Sound Loop Sets, which they say perfectly complement existing content libraries in Sequel, Cubase and Nuendo. Here's Steinberg's description of each...

Klanghaus offers close to 300 experimental sounds, created by German musician, instrument maker and composer Ferdinand Försch. The loops and samples concentrate on rhythmical patterns and percussive elements, perfect for a wide variety of music styles.

Platinum Guitars comprises more than 300 acoustic guitar and electric guitar loops of rhythmic phrases, melodic leads and catchy riffs. Ideal for pop and electronic music productions, the content is easily accessible from the included construction kits.

Guitar Spheres boasts in excess of 300 guitar loops including a broad scope of processed, six-string ambience. The loops are arranged in construction kits, and will be enjoyed by movie soundtrack and ambient music producers.

VST Sound Loop Sets are compatible with Sequel 2 or higher, Sequel LE Campus, Cubase 4.5, Cubase Studio 4.5 and Cubase Essential 4.5 or higher, Cubase 6, Cubase Artist 6, Cubase Elements 6, Cubase LE 6, Cubase AI 6 or higher, and Nuendo 4.3 or higher. Installers for both Mac und PC are included.

Pricing and Availability:

Klanghaus, Platinum Guitars and Guitar Spheres are exclusively available to download through the Steinberg Online Shop each for 24.99 euros, including German VAT.

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