January 17, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WALTHAM, MA— Smart Loops, a leading provider of audio loops and web-based recording services, has announced plans to release all of its Smart Loops libraries in multi-format editions, supporting ACID, REX2, and Apple Loops formats. The company will be launching its new product line for 2005 at Winter NAMM in Anaheim, January 20-23, exhibiting in the Thinkware booth #6330.
Smart Loops’ best-selling audio loop libraries include the Smart Loops Dry Studio Kit™, Percussion Kit™, Electric Guitars™, Bass Guitar™, Phat to Phreaky™, as well as the recently released, 6-CD, Pro Drum Works™ library.
Now musicians and producers can use Smart Loops products to create professional drum, percussion, bass, electric guitar, and hip-hop tracks while using ACID, SONAR, Reason, Cubase, Digital Performer, Logic, Soundtrack, GarageBand, and any other software that supports ACID, REX2, and Apple Loops formats.
Smart Loops is also launching new retail-ready packaging for its complete line of loop libraries, which will be available in sturdy, four-color, DVD-style cases.
Smart Loops’ single-CD libraries (Dry Studio Kit, Percussion Kit, Electric Guitars, Bass Guitar, and Phat to Phreaky) have a suggested retail price of $59. The company’s new 6-CD Pro Drum Works library has a suggested retail price of $249. The new multi-format Smart Loops libraries will be available beginning early 2005.
Smart Loops is a leading provider of pro audio loops and web-based recording services. All Smart Loops audio files are performed and recorded by professional studio musicians and producers. The Smart Loops libraries allow users to create professional music tracks with the realistic feel and dynamics of a natural performance. Smart Loops products are licensed worldwide, and the company’s audio and MIDI content is an integral part of the best selling music software products on the market. The company’s meticulously produced drum, percussion, guitar, and bass loops are endorsed by Grammy-winning musicians and producers worldwide.
In 2003, Smart Loops launched Live Studio Drums, a web-based multitrack drum recording service. Musicians and producers can have a live session drummer sit in on their songs, any time, anywhere, without ever leaving their computer.