Ultimate Sound Bank Jazzistic
This collection features sounds, loops, kits, and instruments entirely dedicated to Jazz: drums, double bass, jazz guitar and some typical electric keyboards.
The main part of Jazzistic focuses on drums, using different styles, tempo and drum sticks, offering you access to a thousand loops and phrases from the most basic to the most sophisticated jazz patterns, according to USB:
- Funky Jazz
- Big Band
- Breakbeat and more
In addition, USB included some extra brushed drums sounds and 200 Jazz patterns as MIDI files and BPM Patterns.
Jazzistic also includes basic and essential double bass and guitar loops, USB says.
You will also find instruments ready to play :
- 2 Double Basses
- Several variation of a pure Jazz Guitar
- Vintage Rhodes MK1
- Jazz selection of Hammond B3 sounds
- Drum kits
Supplied with the UVI Workstation, it is also the first UVI Soundcard to contain Kits and Patterns in BPM format, according to USB.
Pricing & Availability
JAZZISTIC is now available for $149, and includes the full version of UVI Workstation.
JAZZISTIC is also available as digital download at www.uvisoundsource.com.
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