Sampled Guitar For Your Tracks

Prime Loops release Studio Guitars Sample Pack      19/06/13

Prime Loops has released the Studio Guitars sample pack. Here's all the details in their own words...

This extensive sample pack will have producers reaching for their air guitars with a thrilling selection of exclusive loops. Whether you're looking for the classic crunch of a Les Paul laden with overdrive, a clean and breezy electric running though a warm valve amp or the resonant tones of a steel string acoustic, you'll find an abundance of options applicable to any genre.

Prime Loops aim was to catch the finest possible tones that this classic instrument could emit and the results are astonishing! Utilizing one professional guitar virtuoso and a collection of classic equipment including a 1985 Gibson Les Paul electric, a Martin DC-16RGTE acoustic, Fishman, Marshall and Orange amps, all the sounds in STUDIO GUITARS were recorded through AKG's eminent C214 microphone. Delivered in flawless 24-bit high definition audio clarity, this 525MB sample pack is completely royalty free, so there's no need to worry about those sample clearance forms whilst you choose from a selection of 56 Ballad Hooks, 56 Steady Riffs and 58 Upbeat Jams!

Supplied in a range of tempos between 70 and 130BPM, these samples are incredibly easy to use and manipulate. To add them to your mix, simply drag your chosen sample from the download folder and drop it into your DAW. It'll sync automatically with any pre-existing mix and you can alter the tempo by clicking the end of the loop, holding down that left-click and dragging the sample to match your desired BPM! This diverse pack will add incredible tones to any mix and you won't require any hairy roadies to help you along the way!


Pricing and Availability:
£17.95

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