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Mertay
Dec 19 2019, 11:36 AM
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Pop'ed-up on my youtube page and generally liked what I heard.

I usually bump into electronica/hip-hop based loops but as heard there are solutions out there for a guitar player too. These products seem great for a beginner to start making his/her own music.

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I've used the EZMix packs before but not the Keys or drummer!! Looks like a great way to get ideas down!!
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QUOTE (Sensible Jones @ Dec 19 2019, 03:41 PM) *
I've used the EZMix packs before but not the Keys or drummer!! Looks like a great way to get ideas down!!
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Yeah I'm pretty sure the pedal demo youtubers and backing track makers use these often if not always.

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Todd Simpson
Dec 19 2019, 11:17 PM
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Spiff eh? I love the EZ products. I've been using EZ drummer with expansion kits forever and still dig it. Also, I use EZ Mix all the time. For getting a quick guitar tone to adding a patch for a bass guitar, it's just the quickets and easiest tool I've ever come across.

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Yeah I'm pretty sure the pedal demo youtubers and backing track makers use these often if not always.

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