Loops de la Crème releases Retro Strings
Loops de la Crème has released their new ROMpler, Retro Strings.
According to Loops de la Crème, Retro Strings features one main instrument and 10 versatile presets ranging from crunchy lofi to modern string sounds.
- 1 main instruments + 10 sound presets
- 28 samples (WAV and AIFF, various formats)
- 4 built-in effects (vintage chorus and phaser, EQ, overdrive)
- 20 custom reverb IR
- total size: 69MB
- full Kontakt 5.3+ needed
- list price: €16,- (+vat)
While Retro Strings has a list price of €16, it is currently available at half price (€8 + VAT if applicable) until April 20th, 2016. More details at www.loopsdelacreme.com.
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