If you're looking for authentic multi-track drum loops from the '50s, this collection of grooves and fills is sure to inspire you!
Featuring beats for almost every tempo, create the drums for a complete song in seconds. Available in a variety of styles and time signatures, these high-quality audio recordings are rich and all original. Nothing turns up your groove like fat 50s drums.
All drums were played by Stephan Emig and recorded at the legendary Horus Recording Studios.
Recording Room A features a traditional warm & vintage sound. Its different surfaces range from brick to glass and wood. The true power of the drum kit is experienced in Recording Room B - built especially for this purpose and used to record countless hit tracks.
The main control room features a 48-channel ADT inline console, a Studer A 827 24-track tape deck, and an exquisite collection of classic outboard gear from companies such as Universal Audio, Crane Song, Avalon, Manley, Summit Audio, Lexicon, and Eventide.
These loops have been carefully and professionally recorded by proven experts, using top-quality studio equipment, with sound optimised and exported at 24-bit/44.1kHz. 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 a kick in/out, snare bottom/top, hi-hats, toms, rides, crashes, overheads, and room microphones.
With each drum performance, you get a vast 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. Select loops for a complete song or just use a single sample for track-starting inspiration. These loops are easy and intuitive to work with, enabling a fast workflow, which, of course, is essential in music production.
Please note: except for the drums, all instruments heard within the demo track are for illustration purposes only.
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