IK Multimedia DrummerTracks Series
IK Multimedia and Sonic Reality recently introduced DrummerTracks - a new series of style-based full-length drum backing tracks performed by top studio drummers.
Unlike loops, DrummerTracks are full song drum tracks, recorded by Sonic Reality, and designed for use as play-along tracks for the AmpliTube range of software and mobile apps.
DrummerTracks offer guitarists, bassists and other musicians a new way to play along with drum grooves. Unlike other play-along grooves, DrummerTracks have been produced to sound like classic albums of yesterday and today, capturing the nuances of the performance and providing the real feel of playing with a live drummer.
A variety of styles ranging from Classic Rock to Progressive Rock to Blues, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Country and more are available. Fills and variations for verses, choruses and/or challenging jam sections happen automatically.
3 ways to use them: You can import DrummerTracks into the AmpliTube SpeedTrainer section in the standalone versions for Mac/Win; load them into the songs or recorder sections of AmpliTube for iPhone/iPod/iPad; or import them to a track in your DAW sequencer.
Registered users of AmpliTube for Mac/Win and AmpliTube Mobile products (currently AmpliTube for iPhone/iPod Touch and AmpliTube for iPad) will receive one Free DrummerTracks audio file in their IK User Area to experience the difference a full- length drum track can make on their playing and composing.
10 DrummerTrack style-based collections
Each title includes 10 or more drum tracks in 44Khz/16 bit Wave format, and over 500MB of samples:
- 60's Rock.
- 70's Rock.
- Funk Soul.
- Progressive Rock.
- Pop Country.
- Big Band.
- Led Grooves.
- Dan Grooves.
- Back Beats.
Pricing & Availability
DrummerTracks titles are available for $29.99 / €19.99 each (excluding taxes). DrummerTracks may be purchased through the IK Online Store or from selected distributors and dealers in the multi-box format.
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