Funked Up Guitars

The latest in the Inspiration Sounds Funked Up series has 564 guitar loops and riffs      13/12/07

Funked Up Guitars


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Funked Up Guitars is a new Sample Pack from Inspiration Sounds that includes Guitar Loops and Riffs in .WAV format suitable for a wide variety of different production styles.
Inspiration Sounds believe that Funked Up Guitars features all of the essential elements you will need for practically any funk-based production. They say that it includes 564 of the most dynamic and exciting guitar loops and riffs ever recorded, all played by internationally renowned guitarist, Cliff Moore. An MP3 audio demo is online.
Like all of the "Funked Up" sample packs from Inspiration Sounds, the content was produced in a state-of-the-art Recording Studio using Pro Tools HD (TDM) mixed through a Control 24 mixing desk with Focusrite Class A Preamps.
Funked Up Guitars Specifications
  • 195 MB Sample Pack (Compressed into a .ZIP File)
  • Includes Clean and Distorted versions of each loop
  • Keys are in C, D, E, F, G, A & B
  • Total of 564 Loops, Riffs and Slides
  • File names indicate key and tempo
  • .WAV Format
  • PC/Mac Compatible
Funked Up Guitars - Royalty Free Content
All of the content was recorded at 96Khz and 24-Bit resolution. However, it has been dithered down in Pro Tools HD to 44.1Khz 16-Bit to ensure compatibility with the wide range of keyboards that don't offer 24-Bit file import. The content is 100% royalty free which means you can use these guitar samples in your music releases with no license restraints.
Pricing and Availability:
Available to download today for £19.95/$41.24 USD More information:



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