Loopmasters present Jazz and Lounge Keys, a phenomenal collection of Loops and Samples from the internationally renowned pianist Craig Milverton. We are immensely proud to have coaxed the virtuoso piano player into our studios to display and share his talents for our latest pack - capturing his extraordinary piano ability with a top of the range electric piano.
For those that don’t know his work - Craig was Voted Jazz Pianist of the year at the British Jazz Awards in 2010 and his performance history reads like a who’s who of the jazz world. Taking early inspiration from Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans, he has since graced many a prestigious Jazz venue and festival with his virtuoso expertise. Craig has been described as "A master of whatever he chooses to perform" and as "The best pianist to come along in Britain in the last 2 decades, and the nearest to the great Oscar Peterson".
Jazz & Lounge Keys includes many flowing Chord Progressions and exceptional Lead Parts that will work equally well in combinations or in isolation. Each loop is structured and labelled by musical key, enabling you to develop your own accompaniments and add Craig’s mastery to your existing songs - leaving the creativity very much in your hands. Each recording has been made between 90 and 130 BPM, making them suitable to a huge range of genres from Hip Hop to House music.
Loopmasters have kept the sound of Craig’s piano as pure and clean as possible, allowing you to add your own effects and edits to his unique material. Featuring four carefully selected sounds, the pack comprises of 95 Lead Piano loops, 33 Lead Electric Piano loops, 92 Rhodes Progressions, 181 Piano Progressions and 5 Organ Loops.
The pack contains a total of 406 wav Loops and Rex2 files with the additional option of Apple Loops. All samples are delivered as 24Bit 44.1Khz wav files.
Craig’s phenomenal musical talent and performance abilities can be applied to a host of genres, including Jazz, Funk, House, Hip Hop, Soul, Lounge, Ambient and Chillout music.
Find out more about Craig on his website http://www.craigmilverton.co.uk