Sounds: Prime Loops - Guitar Anthology
Prime Loops Unveil Guitar Anthology, a new sample library containing 5 sample packs!
Guitar Anthology is a collection of 5 sample packs in one bumper package... you also get a bonus free chords pack which is completely exclusive to Prime Loops.
Played by hand, you get chord progressions, leads, riffs & l licks in 24-bit audio, and available in virtually every musical style imaginable. 100's of Rock, Indie, Funk, Jazz & Acoustic Guitar riffs.
Prime Loops said:
”On the tech side, we've added a professional touch of light mastering to this release to bring out the true colors of each guitar, with appearances from a range of Acoustics right through to the Gibson Les Paul 1976, Gibson Les Paul (custom) Yamaha APX 4A, and of course the Fender Stratocaster. Amps such as The Fender Hotrod, Marshall JCM 2000 and Laney VH100R were also heavily involved.“
All sounds are clearly labelled with tempo and key info, and you can choose from Wav, Rex2 Loops, Apple Loops, MPC, Ableton Live Pack, Acid Loops, or whichever you prefer.
Guitar Anthology is available to download for £32.95 (£24.71 while the sale is on). Prime Loops currently have a 25% sale on ending December 31st 2009.
Find other sounds here!
My name is Stefan Svartling. I am 45 years old & lives in Sweden. I like Gadgets & Tech. Testing apps & gadgets is something I really like :) You can contact me if you want me to test your products. I often make a video and post it on YouTube too!
These are my devices:
I'm running a website called Svartling Network. It's tightly integrated with Google+, all comments and interactions syncs. Comments on Google+ shows up on the site and vice versa. It is actually Google+ that is my main "blog", a modern blog, my social "RSS" feed, and not the old traditional boring normal text blog with an old RSS feed. I often also embed Google+ posts in my posts, so that you can easily engage with the source. So please follow me on Google+ so you don't miss any of my thoughts and musings about technology & gadgets. I also write for the site Phonejunkies, so go check that site out. My posts are here.
Follow me and my posts on Google+ (call it subscribing if you want, it's the new RSS)
Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel - the Svartling Network!
Follow me on Twitter: @svartling
Be a Fan on FaceBook: Svartling Network