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Nine Volt Audio introduces Big Bad Guitars, the brand's new collection of guitar loops.


According to Nine Volt Audio, Big Bad Guitars is a collection of tough and heavy-duty modern rock guitar loops aimed at turning any track into a bruiser. With aggressive and intense tones, all parts were recorded on two guitars through different amps, allowing for a wide spread of stereo six-string sound.

Amp sounds were dialed in and recorded by producer, mixer and engineer Michael Wagener, known for his work with many hard rock and heavy metal bands like Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne and Metallica.

As part of Nine Volt Audio’s BPM Flex Series™, every REX-based loop in the collection can be used at virtually any tempo without artificial stretching or unwanted audio artifacts, making this collection a very flexible modern hard rock guitar library.

All in all, featured file formats include REX2, Stylus RMX, Apple Loops and ACIDized Wav.

More information as well as a video demo can be found at Nine Volt Audio’s website.
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