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Steinberg Sequel review

  • £75
Get down on it!

MusicRadar Verdict

A decent retro set from Zero-G.

Pros

  • +

    Slick sounds.

Cons

  • -

    No strings were attached!

This latest effort from Zero G harks back to the classic funky disco sound of the 70s and 80s, and we have to say that it does do a pretty good job of recreating it.

All of the construction kits included here sound slick and polished, and the library also boasts separate folders of bass, guitar, percussion, drum machine, piano and vocal samples.

We'd really liked to have seen some real string loops on offer, though, which is surely not too much to ask considering that you're paying a fairly substantial £80 for 1.6GB of unique content.

This minor gripe aside, though, Classic Disco is still a hit.

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