Reuben Rogers - Upright Bass Loops Vol 1

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Reuben Rogers - Upright Bass Loops Vol 1 5.0 2

There's nothing quite like the warm, resonate and punchy sound of an upright acoustic bass.  And in the hands of one of the world's premiere bass players, that sound comes to life with an endless amount of melodic and inspiring grooves.  Introducing Reuben Rogers Looped Volume 1 - The first upright bass loop and sample collection from The Loop Loft.

Recorded meticulously with a combination of large-diaphragm condenser microphones placed strategically around the bass, this collection captures every nuance and frequency of Reuben's acoustic upright in pristine, natural detail.  And with 11 different loop sessions in the library, Reuben Rogers Volume 1 covers a staggering amount of stylistic territories including bebop, blues, cinematic, folk, reggae, hip hop and modal jazz.  In addition, The Loop Loft sampled all of the open strings and 2 chromatic octaves of Reuben's bass, giving you the option to create your own bass lines with the exact same sounds from the loop sessions.

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Specs: 
- 11 Loop Sessions + Samples (2 chromatic octaves)
- Instant Download - 220 MB
- Formats: AIFF (Apple Loops), REX2, Stylus RMX & WAV
- Tempo Range: 88-320 BPM
- 100% Royalty Free
- High Quality 24 bit 48 kHz Audio

Sessions Include: 
- 88bpm FunkBlues B
- 88bpm HipHop A
- 95bpm Bowed Cinematic D
- 100bpm Seven Four C
- 105bpm Modal Vamp A
- 120bpm Blues Two Feel C
- 120bpm Blues Walking Bb
- 130bpm Major Waltz E
- 140bpm Reggaeish C
- 153bpm March E
- 320bpm Rhythm Changes Bb

About Reuben Rogers
Born November 15, 1974, and raised in the Virgin Islands, Rogers was exposed to varieties of music that included Calypso, Reggae, Gospel and Jazz.  He earned his Bachelor of Music in 1997 from Berklee College of Music. Rogers' command of both the electric and acoustic bass has aided him in adapting to various musical genres. This versatility in addition to the creative energy that Rogers brings to the stage and recording studio has led him to be one of the most sought after bassists of his generation.

He has enjoyed the opportunity of intense musical relationships with jazz artists of world-renown, such as Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Joshua Redman, Marcus Roberts, Nicholas Payton, Mulgrew Miller, Jackie McLean, Charles Lloyd and Dianne Reeves, amongst others. Rogers' peers continue to influence and enrich his musical style and direction. He has toured extensively all over the globe, and has recorded on over 100 albums.