M-Audio Releases ProSessions Producer Series

July 7, 2005

The initial launch of the ProSessions Producer series includes five titles:

Orchestral Strings. The Orchestral Strings collection is truly a state-of-the-art sample library. It features musicians from the Boston Pops and Boston Ballet Orchestra recorded by 2001 Emmy® award-winning engineer Antonio Oliart and RIAA award-winning engineer John Bono. Orchestral Strings includes violins, violas, cellos and double bass sections as well as combined ensembles. Recorded with natural ambience, rich multi-dynamic instruments in a plethora of playing styles make this a creative joy to use.

Orchestral Brass. Featuring French horns, trombones, trumpets and tubas in a variety of playing styles, Orchestral Brass is designed to be the perfect orchestral complement to Orchestral Strings. As with Orchestral Strings, this volume features world-class players from the Boston Pops and Boston Ballet Orchestra recorded by award-winning engineers. The superb playability, quality and extreme realism of this title takes Sonic Implants well-deserved reputation to the next level.

Heavy Guitars. Heavy Guitars delivers a fantastic palette ranging from ultra-crunchy to gritty “Old Skool” classic rock. With a wide spectrum of articulations including tones, sustains, effects and tons of chords, this easy-to-use library is the ultimate songwriting tool.

Electric Bass Vol. 1—Rock. This title delivers bottom end with an edge. Bass Vol.1—Rock features three different basses with multiple variations that provide the foundation for just about any rock project. Electric Bass Vol. 1—Rock is great for driving hard rock, metal, or punk, right down to that classic sound you can only get when a bass is played with a pick.

Afro-Cuban Percussion. Afro-Cuban Percussion includes tons of variations in articulated hits for each instrument, as well as up to four multi-velocity samples from soft to loud to deliver the full nuances of a professional performance. Afro-Cuban Percussion includes afoxe, agogo bells, ankle bells, berimbau, bongos, caxixi, cha cha bells, claves, three congas (quinto, secundo, tumbadora), three cowbells (hi/mid/low), cuica, finger snaps, frogs eggs, Cuban guiro, meringue guiro, jam bocks, large basket, maracas, pandiero, reco reco, repenique, samba whistles, sencero, three Surdos (bombo, cortador, macana), tamborim, timbales, timbalitos, and vibraslap.

“The introduction of our new ProSessions Producer series demonstrates our total commitment to supporting computer-based musicians,” says Adam Castillo, marketing director at M-Audio. “Where our ProSessions Premium titles focus exclusively on a single instrument, each title in our ProSessions Producer series covers an ensemble of related instruments. Combined with the loops in the original ProSessions line and our new ProSessions 24 series, this new series will continue to make the ProSessions name synonymous with quality and value.”

For more information, visit www.m-audio.com.

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