New Addition To The Toontrack MIDI Collection

Blues MIDI includes breaks, fills and full 12 bar groove variations in different tempos, feels and time signatures      30/03/11

New Addition To The Toontrack MIDI Collection


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Toontrack have announced the release of Blues MIDI. Here's how they describe it...
Just like jazz and rock, blues has been accused of being the "Devil's music" and of inciting violence and other poor behavior. Now, we wouldn't want to agitate any such despicable conduct, but rest assured, the undeniable rhythm of blues drummer Hans Lindbäck and the latest addition to the Toontrack MIDI collection - Blues MIDI - will involuntarily get your heart pumping, your fingers aching and your head bobbing.
With the included breaks, fills and full 12 bar groove variations in different tempos, feels and time signatures, propelling your music to a smoky bar stage and giving it a truly authentic impossible-to-program live touch has never been quicker, easier or more rewarding.
  • Categorized in different songs
  • Full 12 bar variations
  • Open hats / closed hats / cymbals / breaks / intro fills / fills / endings sections
So, just turn up the volume, jam away and make sure to restrict any kind of violence only to your guitar, bass or piano! And if you at some point drift away and find yourself at a crossroad, meet a suspicious character with a pen and a piece of paper - don't sign the dotted line!
Works with EZdrummer® and Superior Drummer® (optimized for 1 kick, 1 snare, 2 toms, 1 floor tom, 2 crash cymbals, 1 ride cymbal). Pricing and Availability:
€25 More information:

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