Acoustic Revolutions Vol. 1 represents the ever-popular adult contemporary genre, and was designed for the working composer and songwriter with a variety of tempos, keys and chord progressions. All samples come in universal WAV format. Just drag and drop in any sequencer, DAW or sampler!
This library was designed, performed, recorded and edited by composer/producer Jimmy “Big Giant Circles” Hinson. Jimmy brings his experience as a TV composer with hundreds of cues under his belt for hit shows on networks like HGTV, WE, DIY and Animal Planet, among others. You may also know his music from a little video game called Mass Effect 2!
So, what makes this collection great? For one, it’s the only library of its kind where all loops have been performed in unique, non-standard tunings, enabling rich chords, progressions and harmonies that are just not possible on a single guitar otherwise. Next, all loops are divided into highly useful construction sets according to tempo, style and key, thus eliminating wasted time spent previewing loops that don’t even fit your project. Finally, for the modern composer and songwriter, there are some beautiful modern progressions and patterns that will keep you grounded on the contemporary edge of acoustic music in the style of artists like the Goo Goo Dolls, Dave Matthews, Vertical Horizon, etc.
This collection is great for anyone working on modern pop, AC, easy listening or soft rock productions, but it’s also a fantastic tool for TV, film, game and ad composers. We understand the need for high-quality, FLEXIBLE loops that do not require excessive trmiming or mixing, as well as the need for sounds that match modern trends. If you’re looking to add the right acoustic edge to your tracks, check this one out!
Acoustic Revolutions was recorded using a gorgeous blend of true tube mic warmth and ultra-clear DI through a high-end preamp in a small, acoustically-treated space. The result is a beautiful sound that can be used in a wide range of productions with minimal EQ or compression needed. As the recording is primarily dry (and blended with DI input) you can use your own reverb to mix the library in the space of your choosing.