In Session Audio has released Producer Pop Acoustic Guitar for Kontakt, WAV & AIF formats. It's a loop library of strummed progressions, picked patterns and toolbox performances styled around current production values.
A spokesperson told us, "With ballads, feel-good midtempo grooves and driving upbeat rhythms, Producer Pop Acoustic Guitar covers a range of styles, tempos and keys. So whether a song needs a simple, natural strum to accompany a vocal, or the shimmer of double-tracked guitars, Producer Pop Acoustic Guitar helps songwriters and instrumentalists create music that belongs in the professional realm."
Here's more details from In Session Audio...
When beginning this library we started with the question, "What would a producer ask a guitar player to do in their song?" This question helped form Producer Pop Acoustic Guitar in the following ways:
Each suite features a "Guitar A" and "Guitar B" set of loops playing distinct, but complementary parts. For further differentiation, the "A" and "B" sets were cut using different guitars, often with the "B" parts played higher on the neck, with a capo.
Every suite features a flexible, song-like structure. Furthermore, each suite has a toolbox selection of rhythms and sustained chords that relate to the overall feel and key of the song, designed to give the user additional compositional freedom.
The library was created using Taylor, Takamine and Bedell steel string acoustics, a La Patrie nylon string, and a Martin in "Nashville" tuning, all recorded with a pair of Shure SM81 microphones.
About In Session Audio:
In Session Audio is a Nashville, Tennessee-based team of musicians with a deep knowledge of playing and recording all styles of guitar. We work at the same time and at the same location because doing great work together is important to the vision, quality and consistency of our libraries.
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