Toontrack releases Classic Rock Grooves MIDI pack
Toontrack has released the Classic Rock Grooves MIDI pack, a new set of MIDI files for your favorite virtual drummer.
To complement their recently released Seventies Rock EZX, Toontrack releases Classic Rock Grooves, a collection of MIDI drum files inspired by the pummeling grooves of John Bonham, Ian Paice, Keith Moon, Bill Ward and other influential 70s drummers who then paved way for a new breed of loud, beat-driven rock.
- Drum grooves and fills inspired by primarily ‘70s classic rock music, played by professional session drummer Martin Kristoffersson
- A total of 319 individually played files
- 4/4 in straight and or swing feel
- Tempos ranging from 78 BPM to 178 BPM
- Song structure categorization (intro, verse, pre-chorus, chorus, bridge, fills)
Toontrack's Classic Rock Grooves was designed to work with EZdrummer, EZdrummer 2 and Superior Drummer 2, and is optimized for kits including 1 kick, 1 snare, 1 tom, 1 floor tom, 2 crash cymbals and 1 ride cymbal.
MSRP is €25. More details at www.toontrack.com.
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