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Big Fish Audio has released Big Bad Horns and Pop Rocks, both offering 15 construction kits and multiple formats.

Big Bad Horns

With a sound akin to the likes of Harry Connick Jr, Maroon 5, Tower of Power, or the Glen Miller Orchestra, Big Bad Horns features a mix of jazz, rock, blues, soul, latin, and funk with sax, trumpet and trombone sections, solo trumpet, sax, clarinet and trombone, electric guitars, drums, upright and electric bass, pianos and organs.

 

Pricing & Availability:

RRP: £81.95 / €94.95
Available as a DVD or download

 

Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks delivers the recent sounds of The Fray, Adele, One Republic, The Script and Snow Patrol through 15 construction kits, with guitars, background vocals, drums, bass, pianos, guitars, organs, pads, and more instruments, Pop Rocks delivers 11GB of material across multiple formats.

 

Pricing & Availability:

RRP: £81.95 / €94.95
Available as a DVD or download

 

Check out www.bigfishaudio.com for more details.

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