Guitar samples – Psychedelic Guitar Pack
What you get and how you get it
The pack is downloaded as a zipped file. The file contains 2 folders – 1 with the loops in wav. format + 1 with the loops in aiff. format. Guaranteed that every loop is compatible with your music production software (FL Studio, Ableton etc.), labelled based in the bpm and with drag & drop feature. After your checkout, you will be able to download the product immediately by clicking on the product name on the checkout page. Also, you will receive an e-mail that allows you to download the product by clicking on the product name. Please, be sure that you fill in all the required information correctly. If you encounter any difficulties, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via our live chat.
- All the guitar samples or loops are 100% Royalty-free.
- You have publishing rights to release music made with our samples via streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube, etc.)
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Guitar samples are a type of sound sample that can be loaded into a sequencer such as FL Studio. They are often used to create beats and melodies for songs.
Guitar loops are a form of audio loop recorded with an electric guitar. These loops are typically used in hip-hop music to provide the background rhythm track for the song.
The guitar is a musical instrument that has been in existence for centuries. It is one of the most popular instruments in the world and it can be found in nearly every music genre.
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How guitar samples can help you?
At first Guitar samples are an indispensable part of production in the music industry. Usually, they are used as melodies, but some producers use them as rhythm instruments and create original compositions with lead guitar and bass guitar.
A lot of producers have their own technique of using samples to create melodies. One way is to use a loop time that is not common in the music industry. This can give the guitar sample a more unique sound but produces less successful tracks because it can be too different from what listeners expect.
Another technique is to use sustained samples, which provide a smooth flow without any breaks or abrupt changes in pitch. In conclusion this makes the listener feel like they are listening to guitar chords on an acoustic instrument.
One last technique is to take short segments and pitch-shift them at different intervals