Electric Guitar Loops

ModeAudio releases Mystic Rhythm sample pack      21/05/14
Electric Guitar Loops


ModeAudio tells us that Mystic Rhythm - Electric Guitar Loops is their biggest ever loop and sample release, picking, pinching, sweeping and strumming its way from their sound lab at over 800MB in size. A spokesperson had this to say about it,

"From soaring chord progressions, silky smooth picked octaves, razor-sharp muted riffs, glistening harmonics, plucked arpeggios and more, this loop library contains as much weighty punch as it does soothing lullaby.

Ranging from 77 to 145Bpm and melding styles as diverse as Ambient, Pop, R&B and Rock, Mystic Rhythm delivers loops in both dry and effected versions, as well as guitar tail samples so you can ensure every note fades out perfectly smoothly. The FX loops have been carefully processed to provide a wealth of classic and unusual flavours, from vintage distorted grit to sweeping, distant reverb, robotic short delay, otherworldly chorus and beyond.

Squeezed in amongst the guitar loops and samples, we've also bundled in 20 template projects for Ableton Live, Reason and Logic, allowing you to quickly audition each and every loop contained in Mystic Rhythm.

Wash your music in the soulful combination of delicate guitar playing and deep processing - unlock the secrets of Mystic Rhythm - Electric Guitar Loops now!"


Pack Details:

  • 93 FX Guitar Loops
  • 93 Dry Guitar Loops
  • 83 FX Guitar Tail Samples
  • 46 Dry Guitar Tail Samples
  • 20 Template Projects (Ableton Live, Reason & Logic)
  • 100% royalty-free


Pricing and Availability:

£18 / $30.31 / €22.12

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