Equinox Sounds has released Modern Acoustic Guitar, a downloadable collection featuring acoustic guitar licks, chord progressions and riffs that are suitable for a wide variety of modern music styles like Urban, Pop, Lounge, Chill Out, RnB, Soul, etc.The guitar was recorded with a large diaphragm condenser as well as a direct-in, both signals going through a tube pre-amp. Then the two tracks were mixed and EQed.This collection includes 150 acoustic guitar loops as well as the drum loops that you can hear in the demo as a bonus. All loops are at 24-Bit/44.1 kHz and organized by key and tempo so you can mix and match or layer them to make full guitar phrases.Features: • 150 acoustic guitar loops in ACID/WAV format • 150 acoustic guitar loops in Apple Loops format • 15 bonus drum loops in ACID/WAV format • 15 bonus drum loops in Apple Loops format • BPM and key information included • BPM range: 65-120 BPMSpecifications: • 44.1kHz / 24 bit / Stereo • 1.44 GB uncompressed • All Royalty FreeFormats: • ACID • Apple Loops • WAVModern Acoustic Guitar is currently available for $19.95 as a download.For more information visit www.equinoxsounds.com.
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