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January 19, 2005
To coincide with the release of Apple's Garageband 2, SessionLoops announce the availability of their Classic Rock Sessions multi-track loop collection in the Apple Loops format.
Featuring drum legend Simon Phillips, the collection includes hundreds of song-oriented loops and grooves, organized in 34 Drum Sessions with a tempo range from 63 BPM to 182 BPM. Each Drum Session contains loops (named Verse, Chorus, Fill. etc), inspired by a specific drummer or band, from AC/DC to The Police, to Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. The multi-track format allows you to create a custom drum mix from the original studio takes - providing a separate track for Kick, Snare, Hats, Stereo Tom OH Mix and Stereo Room. Where applicable, stereo percussion tracks are also included.
The loops are optimized for users of Apple Loops compatible software such as Garageband, Soundtrack and Logic 7/Express 7.
As a special introductory offer, SessionLoops are offering the Apple Loops multi-track collection and it's Stereo counterpart for $79.95 - $20 off theusual package price.
The collection is also available on in stereo Apple Loops ($49.95), stereo Acidized WAV ($49.95) and multi-track Acidized WAV ($69.95).
For more information, visit their web site at www.sessionloops.com