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    The Nashville/Country sound

    Hi,

    I'm making some karoake versions of some country-songs. Are there any
    libraries available for this style of music? (Kontakt preferred)

    Thanx already,

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    Re: The Nashville/Country sound

    http://www.bigfishaudio.com/4DCGI/detail.html?472

    Whole Lotta Country was created by Sampleheads (no longer in business) and released in AKAI and GigaStudio format.

    It appears BigFishAudio must have purchased the rights to it and re-released it in this Multi-format version.

    HouseofSamples.com carries it:
    http://www.houseofsamples.com/produc...Lotta+Country/

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    Re: The Nashville/Country sound

    there was a program called front poorch banjo that was a great banjo sound if you can find it one called hi strung guitars is a great acoustic guitar sound and pure guitars has a acoustic guitar sound that is great trilogy has some great acoustic bass sounds you will need along with the seyers disc. Forget steel unless you can use some of the loops off of whole lotta country

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    Re: The Nashville/Country sound

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff4h
    there was a program called front poorch banjo that was a great banjo sound if you can find it one called hi strung guitars is a great acoustic guitar sound and pure guitars has a acoustic guitar sound that is great trilogy has some great acoustic bass sounds you will need along with the seyers disc. Forget steel unless you can use some of the loops off of whole lotta country
    Is Toontracks Nashville drumkit for EZDrummer out yet?

    jeffn1
    For original progressive electronic rock influenced by J.S. Bach and (old) Rush, check out: www.soundclick.com/jeffreynaness.

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