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    Electric bass loop library in the making - i need your input

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    Hi all
    This is my first post so ill introduce myself first
    Im Thomas aka MarloweDK, a pro bass player and educator mostly known from my youtube channel Marlowedk
    Ive been working on a licensefree bass loop library for some time now and would love to get some feedback from producers that uses bass loops in their music.
    Im providing a link dropbox link to a selection of bass loops in different styles, tempos, played with different basses etc. Some of loops are both in dry and processed versions. Please try them out!


    dropbox.com/s/wjgcaxzq78q0kpa/MarloweDk%20Bass%20loops%20sample%20pack%20tester.zip?dl=0


    What matters most to me right now and the main reason for this post is:




    I would love to hear your opinion on the loops

    • are they useable?
    • if not, what kind of bass loops would be useable to you?
    • Is the sound quality ok?
    • Its is mostly 2 and 4 bar loops, is that would producers want?
    • Or should it be whole arrangements/song structures, like in Verse, Chorus, and Bridge sections?
    • any other thoughts?





    You can hear demos of other loops in a simple musical setting on my Soundcloud page
    soundcloud.com/thomas-risell/sets/bass-loop-demos


    cheers
    Thomas aka MarloweDK
    Last edited by MarloweDK; 4 Weeks Ago at 06:34 AM.

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