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Links update: 09/01/2017
Prime Loops are proud to announce the arrival of one of their most inspiring sample suites to date: "NYC Piano Sessions" delivers over 600Mb of skillfully played grand & upright piano loops, each and every one truly inspired by the bustling streets of the city that never sleeps!
This uplifting sample pack boasts over 200 expertly processed instrumental loops between 60 and 190BPM, covering virtually every musical style imaginable. Whether you are into R&B, hip hop, pop, dance, rock, blues, jazz or classical music, "NYC Piano Sessions" has got you covered!
At Prime Loops we never forget that our customers demand the highest quality, so for this pack we recruited our highly skilled producer, engineer & multi-instrumentalist Richard "Wilx" Wilkinson. Wilx is also the author and engineer behind Prime Loops' best selling sample pack releases "R&B Progressions" and "Guitar Anthology", so there's a high possibility that you have come across his work already!
When we asked Wilx about the main idea behind his latest sample pack he simply answered:
"I wanted to get a big variety of very usable loops. Rather than post-processing everything to an inch of its life & squeezing a potentially flexible loop into only one genre niche, I’ve left the loops relatively unprocessed. There’s a good selection of simpler, building-block loops – like the blues loops which you can stick together to get a 12-bar blues sequence. And there’s also a decent amount of loops with more ‘character’ which will hopefully serve to add some inspiration for your next production."
As you have come to expect with all Prime Loops releases, "NYC Piano Sessions" is completely Royalty-Free, so you don't need to worry about sample clearances and licensing fees. Jam-packed with an endless stream of musical gems this inspiring sample pack will make the perfect songwriting partner for all your future writing, programming and recording sessions.
NYC Piano Sessions is your personal session pianist - ready for download now!
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