USL stands for Ultra Short (music) Loop.
In this series I offer music loops with perfect transitions that are not longer than 16 bars. Most of the audio is 4 to 8 bars long, but there are also loops of 2 bars and 16 bars. They are of different styles and tempo and most of them feature variations (mostly longer versions with more instruments). Note that these loops are arranged music and not just drums or bass or chords on its own.
Wherever you want to save on file size these music loops come in handy. Just think of a start screen that will most often not be used longer than a few seconds. Why loading a complete song? This is just an example of course. I'm sure you'll find dozens of occasions where the loops are useful.
You can hear a demo of the initial release loops here.
All loops in the demo run a few times to prove the carefully mastered transitions. At the start of every loop a comment will pop up showing the loop's file name.
Revision 2, 6 July 2013
12 new loops. Listen to the additional music loops of r2 here.
Revision 3, 21 July 2013
12 new loops. Listen to the additional music loops of r3 here.
Revision 4, 11 August 2013
12 new loops. Listen to the additional music loops of r4 here.
Revision 5, 21 August 2013
12 new loops once more. Listen to the additional music loops of r5 here.
NEW! Revision 6, 13 October 2013
12 new loops as always. Listen to the additional music loops of r6 here.
Download the music loops here
All loops are provided in 44.1kHz, 24 bit pcm wave (.wav) to assure the best quality. It's up to you to convert them to a format of your choice. The link leads to a dropbox folder, where you can download single loops of your choice - or all at once.
CC Attribution 3.0 licence
Just add music by tulamide in the credits, or, where multiple musicians are used, replace "music" with the name of the loop without the bar length (e.g. jungle_4b.wav becomes "jungle" by tulamide)
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