RealLiveLoops 6/8 Grooves
RealLiveLoops Releases '6/8 Grooves' Drum Loops, a brand new collection of drum loops in the 6/8 time signature.
RealLiveLoops 6/8 Grooves is a break away from 4/4 time, featuring over 200Mb of rock and pop drum beats and fills, at tempos ranging from 70-120bpm.
As with RealLiveLoops Volumes 1 & 2, each drum beat and fill is included in 2 forms: 'dry' (unprocessed) and 'wet' (high quality digital reverb applied) for maximum flexibility. Use the 'wet' loops for a big rock sound, the 'dry' loops for a tight funky sound, or add your own level of reverb as required.
RealLiveLoops acoustic drum loops are ideal for projects where the sound and feel of a live drummer is required, and each drum loop and drum fill included in 6/8 Grooves has been recorded to the highest standard using exactly the same drum sounds, which enables any combination of loops and fills to be used in a particular song. Sound files are provided in 16-bit acidized WAV format, compatible with all leading audio sequencers and samplers.
RealLiveLoops 6/8 Grooves is available to purchase as a digital download from the RealLiveLoops website for only £4.95 GBP.
For more information, visit their web site at www.realliveloops.com.
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