In Session Audio launches Desert Guitars
In Session Audio announces the release with a special price of a new multiformat guitar loop library that reminds of the American Southwest sounds.
Desert Guitars features the sounds of baryton, twangy electric, steel, acoustic and resonator guitars as well as mandolins. The 396 loops are available in Kontakt (full version required), Apple Loops, Acid WAV, REX, Stylus RMX and WAV 24-bit / 44.1 kHz stereo formats. The instruments were recorded with Neumann KM 184 and Royer 122 microphones through Chandler Germanium preamps.
All the sounds are dry, Kontakt user will have the ability to apply various effects, including reverbs.
Desert Guitars has a regular price of $109.99 but for three more days, you can purchase it for $49.99 and get a bonus of 36 loops. More info available at insessionaudio.com.
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