New Sounds For Sequel

US Steinberg releases R'n'B and Smooth House Sequel Content Sets      22/07/10

New Sounds For Sequel


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Steinberg has announced the release of two additional Sequel Content Sets, R'n'B and Smooth House which they say deliver hundreds of additional audio loops to composers and producers alike. Here's how they describe them:
The R'n'B content set offers 232 quality loops categorized in 21 easy-to-use construction kits. With its comprehensive range of synth hooks, piano loops, string riffs, soulful beats and many other flavored grooves, the R'n'B Sequel Content Set is bound to lend each production its very own smooth, urban quality.
The Smooth House collection features over 500 MB of content, including 203 addictive audio loops and 19 construction kits that offer a good basis for virtually all four-on-the-floor-styles of electronic dance music. Smooth House truly conveys ecstatic club atmosphere to any house production ranging from deep to disco.
Sequel Content Sets may be used on Sequel 2, Cubase 5, Cubase Studio 5, Cubase Essential 5, and Nuendo 5.
Pricing and Availability:
EUR 14.90 a set including 19% VAT
More information:

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