At Loopmasters, we’re currently experiencing the scorching heights of summer, and we couldn’t be more excited to introduce our latest addition – Beach Acoustics. If you’re looking to explore boundless musical possibilities, these high-quality guitar loops are the perfect gateway.
Beach Acoustics offers an impressive fusion of styles, ranging from the rhythmic beats of Latin Pop to the soulful sounds of earthy European folk. To craft this masterpiece, a total of five different acoustic and classical guitars were used. What sets these guitars apart is that they were set up in altered tunings, unlocking new melodies that would be considered difficult or impossible to achieve in standard tunings. Some examples of these tunings would be DADGAD, Open G, and Drop D, as well as using capos to add even more variation to the guitar loops.
The inspiration for this pack came from blending classical fingerpicking styles with modern picking techniques, drawing from the Dembow riddims to find the perfect timings and vibe. Additionally, popular chord progressions found in modern Latin pop music, such as reggaeton and dancehall, were selected to provide melodic influence for this content.
In the world of Beach Acoustics, limitation is never an option. This exceptional collection offers different ensemble pieces with tempos ranging from 95-105 BPM. Each piece comprises up to five different parts that you can effortlessly combine and mix, allowing you to explore and create various moods and feelings in your music.
In detail expect to find 114 MB of 24Bit 44.1KHZ wavs - 63 x 100 Bpm Acoustic Guitar Loops, 47 x 105 Bpm Acoustic Guitar Loops and 33 x 95 Bpm Acoustic Guitar Loops.
Log in to download a free taster pack and check out the demos to hear more. This collection is also fully Loopcloud ready. More information can be found about Loopmasters award winning software here: loopcloud.com
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