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3 New ACID Drum Loop Libraries from Smart Loops

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Smart Loops has released three new SL MultiTracks drum loop libraries in ACID WAV format for use with Mac and PC software samplers and audio software.


Fast Rock 3
Fast Rock 3 (http://www.smartloops.com/products/multitracks/fast-rock-3.html) is great for aggressive rock and punk tunes that need a solid groove; includes heavy tom grooves perfect for a bridge or solo section."

Medium Straight Rock 9
"Medium Straight Rock 9 (http://www.smartloops.com/products/multitracks/medium-straight-rock-9.html)features some unique grooves. Great for songs with many different sections; with light hi-hat patterns to some big fills and hard-hitting rides."

Slow-Medium Straight Rock 4
"Slow-Medium Straight Rock 4 (http://www.smartloops.com/products/multitracks/slow-medium-straight-rock-4.html) includes grooves with a sharp snare back-beat and some unusual crash hits; some train-type beats too."

With SL MultiTracks, computer-based musicians and producers can supposedly "take complete control of the drum mix by discretely controlling volumes, EQ and FX on individual drum and cymbal loops (kick, snare, hats, overheads, and toms)." Each MultiTrack groove and one-shot is provided in two ways: as a set of multitrack drum and cymbal loops, and as a complete stereo mix loop.

Pricing and Availability
Fast Rock 3, Medium Straight Rock 9, and Slow-Medium Straight Rock 4 are available for download in ACID WAV format from 
www.SmartLoops.com/products/multitracks for $14.99 per library.

All three libraries can also be purchased as a 3 Pack Download Special for a limited time.

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