Vintage Rock Drum Loops - One Shots

Vintage Rock Drum Loops – One Shots

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• One Shot Samples
• Multi Format Option
• Compatible With All DAWs
• 38 Hits Per Mix
• Vintage & Modern Mixes
• Instant Free Download

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Product Description

Vintage Rock Drum Loops

‘Vintage Rock Drum Loops’ is the ultimate collection of late 60’s and 70’s rock god beats. Recorded at the legendary Old Smithy Studios in the West Midlands (Robert Plant, Black Sabbath…), ‘Vintage Rock Drum Loops’ pays tribute to local rock drum legends (Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham was born a few miles down the road). Each groove from the series will be available as a separate pack for ultimate flexibility.

One Shots

While recording the grooves for our Vintage Rock Drum Loops collection, we decided to put together a useful tool kit of one shots for our users. This pack comprises of single hits on individual parts of the kit at varying velocities. These samples can be used to augment and alter the existing beats or you could compose and create completely new ones.

If you like the way the loops are sounding in your mix, but just wished there was an extra snare here or an additional kick there, you can just add one. All the one shots were recorded using the exact same set up as the grooves, so will integrate seamlessly.

This pack is available totally free to all members of the Audio Dynamite website.

Sample Formats

We’ve made Vintage Rock Drum Loops available in various formats: Apple Loops (Logic Pro, Garageband), Rex2 Loops (Propellerhead Reason, Steinberg Cubase, Steinberg Nuendo, Cockos REAPER, Apple Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Cakewalk Sonar, MOTU Digital Performer, MOTU Mach 5) and classic WAV files. The WAV loops are supplied as both 24 bit, 48kHz – the original session format, and 16 bit, 44.1 kHz dithered versions. The Apple and Rex2 loops were converted from 16 bit WAV files and sliced to enable flexible time-stretching. Each format comes with a free Ogg Vorbis compressed version for easy auditioning of the loops.

Multitrack Edition

The ‘Multitrack Edition’ includes separate tracks for each part of the drum kit so that it can be remixed from scratch. The parts are easily imported into your DAW of choice and can be edited and mixed – right from the original raw session files.  We’ve also included a complete set of preview samples in Ogg Vorbis format for fast auditioning.

Two Mix Options

With each loop pack you get the unique option of choosing between two distinctly different mixes. Mix A is based on the Four-mic or ‘Glyn Johns’ method with produces a warm, punchy, intimate yet immediate sound that is classic 70’s rock vibe. Mix B is based on a modern mult-mic setup which has been driven hard to tape and then slammed through a classic vintage Urei 1176 compressor to create a monster drum sound!

Attention To Detail

Great care and attention to detail was taken to recreate the vibe and production of these big bonzo beats. Firstly, the kit used is a classic Ludwig with a Supraphonic 402 snare. Emperor skins were fitted and tuned open to produce lots of resonance. The drums were then miked using two setups. The first setup is often called the ‘Glyn Johns method’ after the famous British engineer/producer who made it popular with bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and The Who. This method uses two specially placed overheads (we used the legendary Beyer M160 ribbon mics) and a close mic on the kick and optionally the snare drum. When mixed, this produces a very lively yet controlled sound that has that unmistakably 70’s vibe. The second setup up is the more familiar modern multi-mic arrangement with spaced pair overheads (U87s), spot mics on all the drums, and a pair of spaced room mics to capture the massive sound of the studio (414s).

The mics were passed through a variety of high end pre-amps including the famous Helios four channel EQ from Ronnie Lane’s mobile recording truck, which was used to record two Led Zeppelin albums, two Bad Company albums, The Who’s “Live at Leeds” and Quadraphenia. Finally the parts were captured in Pro Tools after passing through a rare and fully serviced 3M M79 2” 24 track to give it classic analogue warmth.

Equipment

  • Classic Ludwig shells, Supraphonic 402 snare, Zildjian & Paiste cymbals
  • Neumann U87, U47 FET, AKG C414, C451B, Beyer M160, Shure SM7, Audix i5, D2, D4,
  • Vintage Helios Pre-amp/EQ, Audient ASP008, Broadhurst Gardens BG1
  • 3M M79 2” 24 Track
  • 1960’s ‘silver face’ & 1970’s ‘black face’ UREI 1176

Features

  • Studio Quality WAV file option in 24 bit, 48kHz & 16 bit, 44.1kHz format
  •  Ogg Vorbis & Apple Loop options
  • ’24 bit Multitrack Edition’ option – remix any sample from scratch
  • Instantly downloadable
  • Compatible with all DAWs (Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic Pro, Reaper…)
  • Vintage & Modern Mix option

Additional Information

Format

Apple Loops, Ogg Vorbis, 16 & 24 bit WAV, 24 bit Multitrack Edition

File Size

Ogg: 5.6MB, Apple: 30MB, WAV: 100MB, Multitrack: 143MB

Tempo

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Number Of Files

Apple, Ogg & WAV Mix A: 38 One Shots Mix B: 38 One Shots Total: 76 ——————————————- Multitrack Loops: One Shots: 494

Channels In Multitrack Option

Kick – resonant head Kick – distant Snare – top Snare – bottom Hi-hat – top Tom – rack Tom – floor Over-head – left Over-head – right Ribbon – top Ribbon – side Room – left Room – right

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