Free Production Loops 2016 Sound Library By Heavyocity

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Heavyocity has introduced Free Production Loops 2016, a free collection of cinematic loops crafted with the company’s premium Gravity Modern Scoring Tools and Master Sessions Suite virtual instruments.

The loop content is sorted into two folders, based on the instruments that were used to create them. The Gravity folder contains 90 loops in total, and these can be best described as modern electronica synth and bass loops designed for use in cinema scoring and electronic music production. Ranging from 80s style choppy SFX arpeggios to heavy bass loops and leads, the Gravity loops collection provides a robust set of quality underscoring tools for everyday use.

The loops included in the Master Sessions Suite folder are geared more towards epic orchestral percussion with a modern twist, containing 360 percussion sequences in total. These are sorted into “straight” and “triplet” loops, with stems and fully mixed versions of each sequence. All files are labeled with BPM values ranging between 90 and 115 BPM. Also, each loop is available in three different formats: WAV, REX, and Apple Loops.

To grab your free copy of Free Production Loops 2016, you’ll need to sign up for a free Heavyocity user account. The library is an 850 MB download (1.03 GB when extracted). While not exactly a must-have, it is definitely something you should consider downloading if you’re looking to expand your arsenal of cinematic scoring tools. You never really know whether or not Disney will call you to score the next Star Wars trailer.

Free Production Loops 2016 is available for free download via Heavyocity (850 MB download size, RAR archive, contains 450 audio loops in 24-bit WAV, REX and Apple Loops formats).


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1 Comment

  1. WOOHOO! Free Heavyocity loops is always cause for celebration. Their DM-307 freebie last year was A M A Z I N G! Their sounds are worth having in your sample library just for inspiration alone! A lot of the cinematic sounds I’ve made in past projects were a direct result of me just browsing through Heavyocity loops and trying to recreate a certain sound. Of course, I would always be miles off, but the result was usually always interesting enough to produce something new and exciting! :D

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