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Driven Guitar Loops

Driven Guitar Loops
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Driven Guitar Loops is the second release in ModeAudio's new Mini Packs series, presenting 50 blisteringly overdriven electric guitar riffs to bring the noise to your next raucous production session.

This royalty-free collection of 6-string-sampled seduction encompasses a wealth of strummed flavours, from tense, palm-muted riffs, fiery double-tracked leads, delicate picked melodies and surging chord progressions, all run through our favourite analog pedals and amps.

The loops are arranged into mini sessions of groups of 3 riffs that work particularly well together, though the concise quantity of keys used and Bpms of just 80, 90, 100 and 120 mean they are ripe for mixing and matching also.

Taking in a host of hypnotically driven flavours from lightly toasted and sun-dried scorchings to all-out anthemic fuzz, these professionally performed and recorded sounds range in style from haunting Post Rock and dreamy Chillwave, to vibrant Pop and Disco.

Accompanying the core choice of guitar loops is a set of 26 electric guitar tail samples, designed to be placed after the parent loop of the same name to create a smooth, natural sonic decay within your DAW project.

Ride out to the coast and feel the force of the waves crash into the rocky shore - download Driven Guitar Loops and unleash their power in your music today.


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