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July 27, 2004
M-Audio announced shipment of "The Best of ProSessions--Vol. 1" in Apple Loops format. The release incorporates highlights of the many genres found in several dozen volumes of M-Audio's popular ProSessions Sound and Loop libraries, released in Apple Loops format specifically for use in Apple's GarageBand, Logic, SoundTrack and Final Cut software.
The master ProSessions Sound and Loops Library currently consists of over 30 volumes created by and for professionals. Editing allows loops to stretch over a typical range of 80 to 160 BPM for creative flexibility. Genres distilled into the Apple Loops version include rock, pop, hip hop, rap, drum & bass, electronica, techno, Latin, dance and more.
"The Best of ProSessions--Vol. 1" is currently available through Apple stores and on M-Audio's Web site and carries an MSRP of $99.95.
For more information, visit their web site at www.midiman.net