Nine Volt Audio has announced the release of Textured Guitars in REX2, Stylus RMX, ACID, Apple and ReFill formats.
With sounds that range from ethereal to electronic, clean to dirty and smooth to stuttered, Textured Guitars features over 500 loops designed to spark ideas, add interest to existing works and create new textural and rhythmic foundations for tracks across a wide variety of musical genres.
Textured Guitars uses an array of effects and signal processing combinations such as cascading delays, pulsing filters and rhythmic gates and combines them with vintage and modern amp sounds and a variety of electric guitars and playing styles. The result is a collection of loops that evolve, percolate and shift across the audio landscape.
Equally unique is the overall flexibility of the library. As part Nine Volt Audio's BPM Flex Series, any of the REX2 based loops (supported by most major sequences and used by Stylus RMX and Reason) will retain their sound and groove at virtually any tempo without artificial stretching or audio artifacts.
Versatile, useful and musical, Textured Guitars sweeps from deep and wide to up-front and focused and offers a broad selection of six-string moods.
- Textured Guitars contains 514 loops organized into 43 suites covering a tempo range of 74-135 BPM.
- Most of Textured Guitars is organized into "mini-song" suites with file names that identify musical key and/or chord progression and contain sustained chords for endings and breaks.
- Any of the REX2-based loops (used in Stylus RMX, Reason, and most major sequencers like Cubase, Live, Sonar, Digital Performer, ProTools, Logic) can be used at tempos as slow as 60-70 BPM.
- Textured Guitars also contains the Apple Loop, ACIDized Wav and Reason ReFill formats, all in 24-bit/44.1kHz resolution.
Pricing and Availability
Textured Guitars is now available on DVD-ROM or as a download for $99.99.