Producer Loops has announced the release of its sample pack 1975, a collection that pays homage to the Progressive Rock of bands of the mid-1970s.

This Sample Pack features a collection of instrumental loops and samples taken from live performances by world class studio musicians with a deep understanding and knowledge of the musical aesthetics of the time.

‘1975’ is the second release by ‘The Sound of Merlin’ in which the musical atmosphere of that year is the main inspiration behind the pack. In the early 70s, most progressive rock albums were based on long 10+ minute compositions. These arrangements included long and impressive instrumental solos which showed off the musician’s skills. Half way through the seventies, it seemed that the personal emotion of the performer/soloist took the limelight further, with the guitar coming to the forefront. The music became more condensed and found a larger audience.

Other recent Producer Loops titles include:

  • Capone: Strings, pluck accordions, and more inspired by Italian-American gangster movies like ‘The Godfather’.
  • Take Me Home: Powerful collection of vocal-based construction kits performed by Nomeli.
  • Kiss Me: Sexy collection of kits including female vocals which will allow you to produce stunning R&B, Pop, Trap and Hip Hop hits.

The sample libraries are available from Producer Loops now at up to 40% off. They are also part of the 3-for-2 offer.

More information: Producer Loops