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October 7, 2004
BPM120 is a 2.4 GB Drum & Percussion Loop Library from Ueberschall, paired with the ULP audio engine supporting RTAS and VST formats on both Windows and Mac.
A range of styles are present in this collection, ranging from rock and metal to funk and world rhythms, with both acoustic and electronic sounds. All loops were recorded at 120 BPM, and make use of Prosoniq's MPEX2 timestretching technology to allow adjustments from 60 to 240 BPM.
BPM120's Loopeye provides a circular representation of the loop waveform, allowing you to adjust the start and end points of the loop, creating your own variations. There are also analog-style filters to shape the sounds.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ueberschall.com