Ueberschall Blues Colors
Blues Colors is a collection suited for blues productions in advertisement, TV- and movie dubbing, multimedia- and games applications.
Blues Colors includes 18 construction kits. Each kit contains seven parts with intro, different verse-sections, refrain, variation, breaks and outro. the parts can be combined across the different kits for new song layouts.
The kits range from Delta-Blues, ballad-like and jazzy moods up to modern rock-related crossover styles, according to the company.
With 5 GB of sample content, Blues Colors offers 1.437 loops that cover a tempo range between 50 and 142 BPM. Some kits have been composed in traditional four-four-meter; others offer six-eight-time.
Each construction kit contains all single instruments and drum tracks. The drum kit is available as a mix down as well as separated in individual, mic‘ed tracks for bass drum, snare, hi-hat, ride, toms, overheads and percussion.
The instruments used represent the classic blues band with acoustic and electric guitars, resonator guitar and electric bass.
Blues Colors does not only serve as a source for authentic blues songs that you may use for your next score. It also offers a broad spectrum of song starter ideas for composers. In addition, Blues Colors is ideally suited to create crossover tracks for pop/rock and modern retro-rock.
Visit www.ueberschall.com for more details.
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