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Zoe_BillySheehan

Free Drum Tracks?

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try [url="http://www.groovemonkee.com"]http://www.groovemonkee.com[/url]

They have free samples of their paid for packs

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I'm sure you should be able to find some public-domain samples if you google it.

If not, I recall Computer Music Magazine frequently have samples on their cover CD. Whether they sound any good, I can't say...

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Just wondered whether this might help you. It's not free - it's about £13, but it looks ridiculously simple to use - and that appeals to me!

[url="http://www.quickbeat.com/cb/?hop=playfave"]http://www.quickbeat.com/cb/?hop=playfave[/url]

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Depends what style you want. I have a load of round up DVD from Music Tech Magazine that have a load of free drum loops on them

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[quote name='Clockworkwar' post='446985' date='Mar 27 2009, 11:26 AM']You were on here at 1 in the morning :)[/quote]
Aaaaaaaaand? :rolleyes: Gig wind down

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I'm still using Cubase Version 2 I "Aquired" 3 years ago for my beats and stuff. :)
"drumkit from Hell" plug in is EXCELLENT!

Here's some guys demo of it. very real sounding.

Edited by Kongo

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[quote name='Zoe_BillySheehan' post='444936' date='Mar 25 2009, 02:06 PM']Hey!

does anyone know where to get free drum tracks?
im gunna record some more stuff, but ive only got this rubbish soundin drum tracks from 'Garageband'

Cheers,
Z
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I love peavey stuff and do you have facebook if you do search henry bellingham

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[quote name='WalMan' post='448486' date='Mar 29 2009, 03:05 AM']Aaaaaaaaand? :) Gig wind down[/quote]
Hi i am new around here could you add me as a freind even though we have only just spoken but it would be really greatful

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[quote name='YouMa' post='446818' date='Mar 27 2009, 02:52 AM']Ive got thosands of loops ill send you some if you want.[/quote]
i would like some loops aswell if you would be so kind
Henry

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[quote name='YouMa' post='446818' date='Mar 27 2009, 01:52 AM']Ive got thosands of loops ill send you some if you want.[/quote]

I'd like some too please if these are still available.

Cheers
Steve

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Just a quick message to say i buy Computer Music magazine and that always has a tonne of very usable samples on there, i find the single hits more useable as i can then stick the wav's in to my sampler to then create beats from.

The garage band drum samples are quite good, but very limited, you can create you're own kit on the program though and if you set an individual hit to an individual track then you get complete freedom to EQ and level that hit to the ends of the earth, its time consuming and you'll probably want a MIDI controller to "type" out your beats initially but its very rewarding and the tracks can sound very faithful to real drums, or if you program some IDM and Breakbeat like me a simple stereo editer is all you need, for PC soundforge for MAC i use Audacity.

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Hey guys,

I too am looking for any good drum loops for rock/hard rock/funk etc, or just an easy to use piece of drum machine software which I can use to program drum loops (something with a visual interface would be awesome!).

Any suggestions, or offers of loops greatly appreciated :)

Cheers,

Oli

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