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Ukulele Strummer Loopsfor Apple Loops & Acidized Wave Files

$75 USD

Concert Ukulele Strummer Loops are for those of you who don't have, or don't want to deal with Kontakt or the EXS24. There are 27 different strumming patterns with up and down single strums in all 12 keys and all 12 chord types. (major, major7, 7, 9, 6, minor, minor7, minor6, diminished, augmented, add2, sus4) There are loops with a straight feel and loops with more of a swing feel in each of the strumming patterns. A grand total of 2880 files in Apple Loops or ACIDized WAV formats.

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  1. Pattern 01
  2. Pattern 02
  3. Pattern 03
  4. Pattern 04
  5. Pattern 05
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  8. Pattern 08
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  10. Pattern 10
  11. Pattern 11
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  24. Pattern 24
  25. Pattern 25
  26. Pattern 26
  27. Pattern 27
  28. Up and Down Strums

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Specifications...

  • Loops are recorded at 48k/24bit
  • 27 different strumming patterns
  • Works from 70 to 150 bpm
  • Compatible with any DAW that supports Apple Loops or ACIDized WAV files.

What you'll need...

  • Digital Audio Workstation capable of playing Apple Loops or Acid Loop files
  • A hard drive with at least 4 GB of free space
  • The capability to download 2 x 1.2 GB zip files

The loops are also a great way to construct a track on your iPad/iPhone. Just use iTunes to transfer your apple loops into Garageband on your iPad/iPhone. Only the apple loops will work.

The strumming loops are two bars in length for each chord. One chord per loop. It's more of a construction set. I never understood how you could use loops with chord progressions in them. Unless you are doing a I-IV-V song they are pretty useless. With these loops you can construct your uke track around any chord progression. The loops work from 70 to about 150 bpm with out sounding too squirrelly. Your mileage may vary. It's a great way to construct a uke track quickly.

If you'd like to try out the loops to see if they work with your DAW, you can download an assortment of both Apple Loops and Acid Loops below.