Guitar And Band-Based Sample Library

Ueberschall releases Looptool 3 with 31 construction kits      20/09/13
Guitar And Band-Based Sample Library


Ueberschall has released the third Looptool library, focusing on Rock, Metal, Punk, Blues, Garage, Indie - in short - guitar and band based music. They say that, continuing  the successful idea of Looptool the library offers an access to some of the best live recorded libraries of the Ueberschall catalogue. Here's the details in Ueberschall's own words...

The compilation features 31 Construction Kits from 19 different Ueberschall products. Included are the libraries:
60s Psychedelic Rock, 70s Funk Rock, Blues Colors, Glam Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Rock 2, Metal, Nu Metal, Punk Rock, Rock Ballads, Rock Classics, Thrash Metal, Twang, Electric Bass, Grunge, Guitar, Low Tuned Strings, Rock and Solo Guitar

Each of the 649 Loops & Samples is real played and live recorded. The whole library allows an easy and fast cross-over between the rougher styles of the Ueberschall catalogue. With extended loops up to 1 minute length this library is made for fast inspiration and new song ideas.

The delivered Elastik sample player offers the perfect environment for the almost 2 GB library. The fast browser allows you to find every sample within seconds and the loopeye engine brings you the possibility to suite your material as easy as possible to every project. Additionally the Looptool 3 library is an ideal enhancement to Looptool 1 and Looptool 2.


Features

  • 2 GB
  • 31 Construction Kits
  • 649 Loops & Samples
  • Genre: Rock
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required

 


Pricing and Availability:
49,00 €

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