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    Big Bad Guitars

    Hello Everyone.... here are the details of our latest release:
    You can see a video demo here:

    Big Bad Guitars is a collection of tough and heavy-duty modern rock guitar loops that will turn any track into a bruiser. With aggressive and intense tones, all parts were recorded on two guitars through different amps, allowing for a huge stereo spread of six-string sound.

    Amp sounds were dialed in and recorded by producer, mixer and engineer Michael Wagener, known for his work with many top hard rock and heavy metal bands like Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne and Metallica.

    As part of Nine Volt Audio’s BPM Flex Series™, every REX-based loop in the collection can be used at virtually any tempo without artificial stretching or unwanted audio artifacts, making this one of the most flexible modern hard rock guitar libraries available.

    So whether you need the rumble of a drop-tuned riff, the punch of a power chord chorus or some high gain growl to add edge to a track, Big Bad Guitars is ready for the gig.


    Big Bad Guitars presents 925 files for each format: REX2, Stylus RMX, Apple Loops and ACIDized Wav. Each part is presented as a mono, single guitar part, and an accompanying stereo loop with each part panned hard left and right.

    Big Bad Guitars is organized into "mini-song" suites. Each suite contains clearly labeled song parts, riffs, string "scrapes" and sustained chords for endings and breaks.

    The collection features 130+ "remix" style guitar loops that feature filtered, “stuttered” and effected sounds designed to take each suite to the next level.

    Any of the REX-based loops (used in Stylus RMX and Reason) can be used at tempos as slow as 70 BPM.

    Big Bad Guitars presents a "Toolbox" section of straight-ahead 8th and 16th note palm-muted power chord loops, designed to supplement any suite or stand on their own as the backbone to any track.

    Using Big Bad Guitars within Stylus RMX requires the user to drag-and-drop only one folder into RMX's included S.A.G.E. Converter.

    All loops are in 24-bit/44.1kHz resolution.
    Loop libraries designed for users of Stylus RMX, Reason and other REX format players

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    Re: Big Bad Guitars

    Nice implemetaion and Logo.

    Lot of nice tools at your sight too. 260 USD for 3 is a really sweet price. I might buy these for my son until he developes his Guitar chops.

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    BTW... in case there are folks here that were not on our mailing list when we announced Big Bad Guitars, there is a $10 off coupon code available: "heavy".

    This can be used on top of the discounts that automatically kick-in when purchasing three or more titles at one time on our site.
    Loop libraries designed for users of Stylus RMX, Reason and other REX format players

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    Senior Member Nigel W's Avatar
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    Cologne, Germany

    Re: Big Bad Guitars

    Hi Kyle

    I bought the library (well I buy anything from 9VoltAudio right off the bat because I know it's useful and musical material at a fair price) and it looks like you did a great job in finding new guitar material which works in BPM Flex, building on the experience from your other libraries & incorporating really well-thought out arrangements of the material......so nice work!!

    best wishes


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    Re: Big Bad Guitars

    This is a great way to produce music quickly.

    I am lokking into it as we speak. I want to be able to help my son stay interested as he loves Magix and as long as he keeps trying to create it's all good. But I do sit with him to go over his classical piano lessons.

    Someday he will record his own loops.

    Thanks Again, I think this and a KS88 will be a good gift when mid term grades come out.

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    Re: Big Bad Guitars

    Spent three days fully orchestrating for a trailer and the client loves it - just not for the trailer (we are using it already in a scene of the film). Only had a day to come up with something closer to the 'temp' he subsequently provided. Used ninevolt big bad guitar, styling basslines and action drums. Threw some strings on top (from VSL) and the client couldn't be more pleased. You guys saved my bacon.

    Rob Elliott Music

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