Action Score chord 01 WAV
FANTASTiC | 07 September 2019 | 117 MB
Action score music one shot chords.
Action score music one shot chords.
Just as the name states, this royalty free sample collection is compiled of 10 Lush Chord compositions (ranging from :24 to 1:47). These buttery smooth soundscapes extend across multiple genres (hip hop, pop, r&b, trap etc.) and to top it off, they include all the stems to rearrange them how you see fit. Samples come in .wav format with BPM and Key labelled to easily drop into your favorite DAW or Sampler to get started! Grab your copy today!
We are proud to present our latest release “Future Sound Vol 2” featuring 60 designed presets for Sylenth1, WAV Loops and MIDI files. Designed exclusively to deliver only the best future sounds, this pack provides a definitive collection with everything you need to create tracks that will bring everyone rushing on the dancefloor. Epics Lead, Funky Bass and Chords, FX, Synths from the future, you’ve got everything in this pack. Suitable for any style of House, Nu-Disco, EDM, Chillout, Disco, French touch and even more, this comprehensive collection of presets will help you into your own creations.
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We present you a sample pack taken directly from actual vinyl records. It features a bunch of great electric Rhodes piano chords and many other electric piano chords. Moreover, the pack includes original versions of the samples as well as the already mastered versions. Just use the right one to get the effect you want. We hope it will make the mixing at least a bit easier for you. The specific sound of vinyl recordings can be a part of your music even today.
Captain Chords! Learn all about this indispensable writing tool and how to use it to create fantastic chord progressions for your songs and productions. Larry starts out by welcoming you and then explains the two basic ways of utilizing Captain Chords as either a plug-in sound module or MIDI FX. Then you’ll see how to choose your scale or key in Captain Chords, learn more about the different areas of the plug-in GUI, and the different ways you can “play” the plug-in as a sound module, a chord jamming instrument, or an automatic progression generator. Moving on, explore how the Space Knob allows you to introduce spaces into your progressions in different ways, and how to give a strumming action to your progressions mimicking a guitar. Larry then shows you the Sound Preset area where you can select presets and then tailor them to your needs using Reverb, Delay, Filtering, and Automation. Throughout the rest of the video series you’ll see how to manually create chord progressions, edit your existing chords, arrange progressions in your DAW, and use both Captain Deep and Captain Melody for even more creativeness. Plus, you’ll also learn how to jam new ideas with Captain Play and much more.
The Ultimate Piano Chord Course will give you the skills to be able to play thousands of songs. Most songs are written using chords, so if you understand how to use them properly, you’ll be able to play a vast amount of songs by just reading simple chord symbols. You don’t need to be able to read music notation in order to play great songs! This course is for beginners on the Piano, and so starts with the basics, but quickly moves onto learning about the different kinds of chords and how they are constructed, gradually getting more and more advanced as you progress. You don’t just learn about chords though. Along the way you will learn about different kinds of rhythms, playing patterns and techniques that can be applied to the chords. By the end you’ll be able to play the Piano by reading a chord sheet, but sound like a pro! I believe the best way to learn is by applying your new found knowledge, and so throughout the course you will learn famous songs or chord progressions on the Piano, relevant to the particular chord/rhythm or playing pattern you’ve just been learning. The course uses examples from songs by a wide variety of artists such as Adele, Sam Smith, The Commodores, Christina Perri, John Legend and Don McLean to name a few.