Equinox Sounds Releases Smash Up The Studio "MIDI Keys: Keyboard Riffs of the '60s & '70s Vol 2"
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Equinox Sounds has released 'MIDI keys: Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's Vol 2', a downloadable collection from its content partner Smash Up The Studio featuring piano MIDI chord progressions. You'll find three awesome MIDI Construction Kits and stacks of loops, performed with breathtaking authenticity and in the styles of some of the huge artists of the era.
Following its best-selling predecessor, this pack also concentrates on those truly memorable chord progressions that never seem to go out of date. Timeless riffs that slot seamlessly into many of todays popular styles.
There are loops designed for acoustic piano, also loops for some of the classic electric pianos of the time such as the Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer piano and also the Hohner D6 Clavinet and Hammond organ.
The collection covers various musical styles including Soul, Funk, Jazz, Rock and Pop.
Of course with the loops being MIDI you are not limited to specific sounds but can use the plug-in of your choice to play back each loop, as well as performing countless other editing permutations.
'Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's Vol 2' includes three MIDI Construction Kits and 70 loops ranging from 4 to 16 bars in length.
A selection of loops are featured in the Loop demo. All MIDI files are tempo-labelled.
All loops are Royalty-free and have been composed and performed by Steve Burton, exclusively for Smash Up The Studio.
About The Performer:
Steve Burton is a session keyboardist, songwriter and producer based in London. His work has covered many genres, from R&B, House, Pop and Jazz through to Film and Soundtrack.
He has featured on many great mixes by artists such as Whitney Houston, Destiny's Child, Basement Jaxx, Janet Jackson, Babyface, George Michael, Mary J. Blige, Justin Timberlake and Seal, and many more.
Price and Availability:
'MIDI keys: Keyboard Riffs Of The 60's & 70's Vol 2' is currently available for $29.95 as a download. More information and audio demo available from the Equinox Sounds website: http://www.equinoxsounds.com