Marty Friedman Releases First Guitar Loop Library
PRESS RELEASE - Producers and DJ's are often
looking for new sounds that add a live feeling to their music.
"Exotic Guitar" is a new loop library option for adding that live
guitar sound to a variety of genres. The loops were recorded by
guitarist Marty Friedman and showcase his signature style of
playing ranging from high gain leads and rhythm to clean tone
guitar melodies influenced by Japanese and Middle Eastern scales.
The audio demo reveals Friedman's guitar over a variation of metal
and dubstep drums hinting at unique remix possibilities.
Friedman is best known for his unique style of playing heard on
his solo albums and the time spent as lead guitarist for metal band
Megadeth. A total of 65 patterns varying in length were recorded
and looped at 140 BPM. Musicians and DJs looking to add a live feel
of guitar to their music should look into this loop pack. The
Exotic Guitar loop pack is priced at $24.99 and can be previewed at
LoopArtists brings together established artists from around the
world. The website specializes in professional quality loops for
aspiring musicians, producers and DJs. For more details visit www.loopartists.com
We interviewed Marty Friedman in issue 17 of
Guitar Interactive. Read the full interview and watch the video
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