In Session Audio releases Fingerstyle Folk Acoustic Guitar
Nashville-based software creators develop a new folk acoustic guitar loop library with sounds ranging from 60s to modern neo-folk styles
ennessee-based loop company, In Session Audio, has developed a Fingerstyle Folk Acoustic Guitar library. With natural recordings and a large selection of ‘toolbox’ loops, the package is suitable for songwriters and composers alike. Ranging from Peter, Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs to Simon & Garfunkel, Fingerstyle Folk Acoustic Guitar covers all the varied folk styles that have been popular for decades.
Each suite consists of two different acoustic guitars playing through the main theme once. Generally, Guitar A is in standard open tuning while Guitar B is capoed up the neck. After the main theme come different ‘toolbox’ sections of rhythms and sustained chords that relate to the overall feel and key of the song, designed to give the user additional compositional freedom.
The guitars used in this collection were a Bedell MB 17G, a Bedell OH 18GS, a Lowden O25C, a Regal Tricone brass-bodied resonator and a Goldtone wood-bodied resonator. All were recorded in stereo by two Neumann KM 184 microphones into a Benchmark PRE420 preamp.
- Size: Approximately 1.25 GB for each format when uncompressed (including Bonus Set)
- Parts: 432 (including Bonus Set)
- Sound: Dry (no reverb) – Kontakt users have a menu of reverb types and other effects that can be applied and modified
- Copy Protected: Custom Watermarked
- Quality: Stereo 24 bit 44.1kHz
- Available Formats: Kontakt, Apple Loops, Acid WAV, REX, Stylus RMX, WAV.
- Requirements: The Kontakt format of the library requires the full-retail version of Native Instruments’ Kontakt 5.1 or higher.
- The installer requires an internet enabled computer and Windows XP or higher or Mac 10.5 or higher.
Fingerstyle Folk Acoustic Guitar is available to buy directly from In Session Audio for $69.99 (approx. £44). You can listen to examples along with screenshots and more details on the video below. For more information visit: www.insessionaudio.com