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Peace Love Productions Releases Acid Synths X0X Loop Library.


According to Peace Love Productions, this is a collection of loops created using authentic vintage Acid Synths. They say that almost all of the Analogue Roland X0X Boxes have been used here. This package includes long sweeping TB-303 bass and synth lines, squelchy Firstman SQ-01 Leads, and fat TR series drums (606, 707, 727, 909). Genre’s include Acid House and Acid Techno. Performed and produced for Peace Love Productions by Acid Techno Verteran Richard Jantz aka Poor Boy Rich. Tempos 123–124 BPMs. TB-303 loops, Firstman SQ-01 loops, TR-909 loops, TR-707 loops, TR-727, and TR-606 loops. 388 Files and over 950mb. 24 Bit 44.1kHz Stereo .wav, .aif, and .rx2 available.

Available in three different formats:

  • 388 Acidized .wav Loops.
  • 388 Reason friendly rx2 Loops.
  • 388 Apple-Looped .aif


Format: AIFF/Apple Loops/REX/WAV/Acid 24 bit 44.1 kHz Acid Synths X0X is available to download for the price of $29.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.peaceloveproductions.com.
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