Pro Drums Reggae WAV
WAV | 44,1 kHz / 24 bits – 9,64 GB
Pro Drums Reggae – Multitrack Drum Recordings
Pro Drums Reggae – the drummer you always wanted to jam with!
Tight and bouncy, this exciting new Image Sounds release is full of original ideas, yet still deeply rooted in the traditional rhythm and style of Reggae music. Cutting rim clicks, both ringy and fat snare sounds and super thick bass drums played in a variety of grooves and fills in different tempos lay down the foundation for your ultimate Reggae feel. Make ‘Pro Drums Reggae’ the core of your production and you’ll be sure to hit the right vibe!
All drum recordings were made at the legendary Horus recording studio in both Recording Room A & B.
Recording Room A features a traditional warm vintage sound. Its different surfaces range from brick to glass and wood. Perfect for warm drums.
The power of drums is experienced in Recording Room B. Build especially for this purpose it´s open and punchy sound gave heart and soul to countless numbers of rock records.
Each BPM / folder consists of several drum grooves and fills
and contains a mixed stereo drum loop, pre mixed groups and all individual tracks as a dry version – including kick in / out, snare bottom / top, hi-hats, toms, ride, crash, overheads and room microphones.
Every loop contains tempo information. They are pre-mixed and ready to use, with perfect EQ and light compression. They have been carefully and professionally recorded by proven experts, using top quality studio equipment, with sound optimized and recorded in 24 Bit and 44.1 KHz.
With each BPM drum performance you will get a huge selection of different loops, all of which work well together or can be used individually. All loops of a drum performance can easily be combined. Thus you can select loops for a complete song or just use a sample for your song – all within seconds. These loops are easy and intuitive to work with, enabling a fast workflow, which, of course, is essential in music production.
All drums were played by Stephan Emig
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