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SoundEngine.com Releases SargeMakesLoops Volume 1

The SargeMakesLoops Volume 1 Sample WAV CD-ROM contains more than 600MB of some of the strangest loop fodder you have ever heard on a sample CD. Needle drops, analog synth squeaks, fat basses, stupid slow loops and hits are all represented here. Certified "fresh beat yo" sounds by the Sarge himself take center stage...

January 10, 2005

The SargeMakesLoops Volume 1 Sample WAV CD-ROM contains more than 600MB of some of the strangest loop fodder you have ever heard on a sample CD. Needle drops, analog synth squeaks, fat basses, stupid slow loops and hits are all represented here. Certified "fresh beat yo" sounds by the Sarge himself take center stage.

This CD disk contains raw .WAV files (no EQ, FX, compression etc.) in 16 bit/44.1 kHz format. Sounds are organized into four categories: freshbeatyo, organical_loops, synthyloops, and singlehits.

All loops on the CDROM are royalty free.

"SargeMakesLoops Volume 1" is available now on SoundEngine.com for $39.99.

For more information, visit their web site at www.soundengine.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004