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PropellerHead ReFills: Vol.4 & 5

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Propellerhead Software has announced the availability of volumes 4 and 5 of their Record Drum Takes ReFill series: Folk Rock Brushes and Dry Indie.

 

Vol.4 Folk Rock Brushes comes as two folk rock-sounding drum backing tracks played with brushes. Both are said to have "plenty of warmth and character." The track Pite plays along at 80 relaxed beats per minute while Simris plays at 120 bpm.

 

Vol. 5 Dry Indie offers two tracks that owe plenty to 70s production aesthetics. Their dry sound and tight playing style make these drums perfect for songs in a wide range of Indie related styles. Emmaboda plays at 90 bpm while Lund chugs along in 6/8 beat at 85 bpm.

 

The differently styled tracks in the Record Drum Takes ReFills all come as multitrack recordings, allowing users to shape the drum sound by adjusting the levels of the independent kick, snare, hihat, room, ambient and other microphones. Cut across all eight drum tracks to arrange and rearrange once the drum sound has been mixed to perfection. Play along to the RDT drum arrangements, or paste them into an existing song.

 

Included with the ReFills are also multisampled versions of the kits, for adding that extra snare or crash cymbal right where it’s needed.

 

Pricing & Availability

All five Record Drum Takes ReFills are available exclusively for download through Propellerhead’s web shop today, at EUR €29 / USD $29 each.

 

Check out www.propellerheads.se/record-drum-takes for more details.

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