Oriental Strings And Swedish Bagpipes

BandmateLoops.com announces partnership with Sound Propulsion, releases new loop collections      15/12/08

Oriental Strings And Swedish Bagpipes


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BandmateLoops have unveiled the Gabi Masso Oriental Strings Loop Collection and Scandinavian Roots Virtual Instrument libraries. The collections represent the work of it's newest content partner Sound Propulsion of Sweden. BandmateLoops tell us that Virtual Instruments from Sound Propulsion are recognized worldwide and can be found in Propellerheads' Reason software.
Here's BandmateLoops' descriptions of the two new collections...
  • Gabi Masso Oriental Strings offers exotic Middle Eastern strings captured in breath-taking detail from a professional ensemble. All loops are precision edited for ideal application in Acid and GarageBand.
    Gabi Masso Oriental Strings come in four distinct Volumes for $39.00 USD each via electronic download. Volumes 1 through 3 can also be purchased as a bundle for just $99.00 USD. Supported formats include Apple Loop and Acidized Wave.
  • The Scandinavian Roots Volume 1 Virtual Instrument is a refreshing visit to the enchanted lands of the North. Get truly authentic instruments such as the Hurdy Gurdy, Pump Organ, Offerdahl Pipe, Swedish Bagpipes and much more. All instruments feature amazing depth and full format usage of each Virtual Instrument.
    Scandinavian Roots Volume 1 is available as a Reason NN-XT Virtual Instrument ($59.00 USD) or a Universal package ($99.00 USD) with additional support for Kontakt2, HALion2 and EXS-24.
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