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Session Loops releases R&B Guitar Pack Series with cloud-based Loop Editor

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Session Loops has released R&B Guitar Pack Series. Nine guitar packs cover contemporary R&B genres, including Hip Hop, Gospel, Neo-Soul, Indie, etc., for music producers and beat makers, along with their cloud-based Loop Editor utilizing modern web technology.

Here's what they say:

For modern RnB music production and beat making, the guitar plays a vital role due to its expressiveness of both groove and harmony. However, there are no sample-based virtual instruments that meet this demand well due to the difficulty of MIDI programming to get decent sounds. On the other hand, it's time-consuming to find guitar loops on current online loop platforms that match specific grooves and chord progressions. To solve this problem, we come up with this brand new loop website and Loop Editor.

Features:

  • Drag & drop groove and lick clips. Move and cut clips to adjust position and length.
  • Modify chord changes by changing root notes, chord types, and registers. Up to 14 chord types and three registers are available, plus applicable fills.
  • Adjust key and BPM on the fly without the need of further modifications in DAWs. The dedicated time-stretch algorithm ensures the minimum of artifacts even with high stretch ratios.
  • Effects specifically designed for modern music production ranging from basic Cloud Reverb, Analog Echo to creative Reversing Machine and Sweep Delay.
  • Chord progression library consisting of hundreds of chord progressions and still growing.

The nine dedicated packs are recorded by nine session guitarists, respectively, with more than 200 grooves, licks, and fills being recorded in total. For each pack, there are more than one hundred presets available. More packs and genres are coming in the future.

Price: Subscription plans start at $5.99 a month with a 14-day free trial.

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