Shred Guitar is the 14th release in Ueberschall's Instrument Series. They tell us that it contains Shred Guitar Loops from Genres like Rock and Metal.
A spokesperson told us, "Shred Guitars shines with its expertly played guitar licks. Faster, louder, higher!"
Here's the details in Ueberschall's own words...
The guitar loops in Shred Guitar have a length of 4 to 16 bars. The tempo varies between 100 BPM (Double Time), 120 BPM and 160 BPM.
Each loop is available in three versions:
The clean signal can be edited with additional effects.
All guitars licks were played on Gibson, Ibanez or Fender Guitars.
Each lick is available in two versions - a total choice of 252 loops. Version 1 and 2 capture the sound of two different microphoned amps. Version 3 is the clean signal for use with your own effects. Of course, sound quality comes in 24 bit and 44.1 kHz, as you can expect from Ueberschall products.
Shred Guitar is a handy partner in case you want to improve your guitar skills. The solo licks can be played at half tempo but with original pitch. You may also loop short passages and study the licks in detail. Even transposing licks to a different pitch is easily possible.
Ueberschall's Elastik Loop Player allows matching the loops in speed and pitch to match your song projects. The intuitive browser commonly manages all Elastik libraries for immediate access to all loops. This way, not only loops of a single library can be combined freely but across all installed Elastik libraries. Elastik is the ideal tool for loop-based productions.
All Guitars played by Kai Reuter
Pricing and Availability:
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