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September 19, 2004
KEYFAX NewMedia, producers of the Twiddly.Bits MIDI Sample libraries, announced the release of the first drum loop libraries for the Digitech GNX4 Guitar Workstation.
Spanning three separate titles, Rock & Metal, Jazz & Latin, and Hip Hop & Groove, each library comprises 100 new beats recorded in MIDI by live drummers and customized for the programmable drum engine that is an integral part of the GNX4.
Since they were created by real drummers the beats are full of human feel and yet as MIDI data they can play back using any of the GNX4 drum kits, at any tempo. Like the presets, the beats loop automatically.
The GNX4 plays new material direct from Compact Flash card, and, in CF Storage mode, the GNX4 lets you download direct from computer to a connected card via USB making the acquisition and storage of the new libraries a no-brainer.
The individual libraries themselves come with full PDF documentation detailing the individual beats and providing some helpful hints and tips on how to use them.
The GNX4 MIDI Loop Libraries can be purchased by digital download, or pre-loaded onto a range of Compact Flash cards from Digitech's www.guitarworkstation.com website, or from www.keyfax.com for $29.95 per libraryCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR