Drumdrops 1970s Rogers Big R Dub Kit BFD Pack
To celebrate the release of the Rogers Big R Dub Kit BFD Pack, Drumdrops offers special prices and even free packs.
Drumdrops is releasing the Rogers Big R Dub Kit BFD Pack on Wednesday 14th October at 4pm BST. At that time and date, the first 15 packs will be free, the next 20 will be £ 15.00, the next 50 £ 20.00, the next 50 will be £ 25.00 and then it will return to the retail price of £ 35.00.
Customers will need to have a Drumdrops account to purchase the kit. Login and head to the Buy Kit page.
Of course the free kits go in a second, so you have to be quick!
The dub-oriented Rogers Big R Dub Kit was sampled by reggae drummer Horseman and recorded and mixed by Mike Pelanconi (aka Prince Fatty). Recorded at Prince Fatty’s studio The Ironworks in Brighton, the pack was recorded using a 60s Rogers Big R Kit with a large 24” kick drum, a Ludwig Black Magic snare and a Ludwig Acrolite Snare. The kit has no ride cymbal (as they are not commonly used in dub kits) but comes with Timbales, Bongos and some Electronic Percussion using a Boss PC-2. The drums were recorded through a vintage BBC class A console using a combination of classic ribbons, condensers and Dynamics. To get the tight dub sound, the kit was recorded without room mics.
The BFD pack of the Rogers Big R Dub Kit is compatible with BFD3, BFD Eco and BFD2. BFD users can utilize all the features that come with BFD to get the best out of this kit and add it to their BFD libraries. This kit also contains 16 dub groove palettes split into 359 loops.
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