Introducing the Guitar one shots Pack from the Frontline Producer, a virtual "Band aid" for the gigging Producer.
Ever found a dud chord in a session and the band's gone home? Ever need a chord to finish a track or need to fatten your tune with some framed guitar? If you've answered yes to any of these questions then maybe, just maybe, this pack is for you.
As gigging producers we've often found that we need a single chord or note to fix a track and we've tried to give you the answer so Frontline Producer proudly announces Guitar One shots.
Expect to find Single notes, Chords in majors and minors, 7s and 9s and even diminished (well someone will use them!) all recorded through classic amps on clean and "oh my god turn it down!!!" levels then smashed into our top mics, squeezed through proper class A compressors and then edited microscopically to give you a tool pack than is quite frankly indispensable.
"Guitar one shots" is the first of many in our Studio Tools range. All recorded with Pro producers in mind.
The pack consists of 214Mb of one shot samples recorded at 24Bit Quality Clean Plasters with 12 Major 7s, 12 Minor 7s, 12 majors, 12 Minors, 4 Dims and Dirty Plasters (lots of growl and feedback) with 12 Major, 12 Minor, 13 Dirty Singles (take this as you like) 9 Divebombs and more
It's simple but it should get the job done! Watch out for Bass, Piano, B3 Style and Clav one shots all available soon at Loopmasters.com
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