Title Of Album:Collection
Year Of Release:1977-2010
Genre:Soul, Funk, R&B, Disco
Quality:mp3 / Flac (image/tracks+.cue)
Bitrate:320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size:2,41 / 6,63 Gb
The Loop Loft Thick and Meaty Multitrack Drums Session #3 WAV
File size: 762.65 MB
Just like the name implies, the Thick and Meaty Multitrack Sessions are loaded with drums that give you plenty to chew on... and more. Using one of our beloved birch studio kits, we slapped on some extra-punchy Remo Pinstripe heads and pulled out our ultra-aggressive brass snare drum, all to give you a sound that is fat, juicy and totally in your face. Along with all of the individual drum tracks, we also captured the room sound on a separate channel, putting an even bigger (and natural) sound at your disposal. Just adjust the faders and mix to taste!
The Loop Loft Bop Mambo Multitrack Drums Session #6 WAV
File size: 523.63 MB
Inspired heavily by the sound and feel of late 50's and early 60's Blue Note releases (notably, the albums engineered by the great Rudy Van Gelder), the Bop Mambo Multitrack Drum Sessions consist of a combination of uptempo bebop and latin-jazz tracks. With a wide selection of delicate brush playing, thunderous snare roll crescendos, tribal tom grooves and syncopated swing, the Bop Mambo sessions is one of the most dynamic collections we've ever released. If you're looking for tracks that recall the hard bop drumming of Elvin Jones, Max Roach or Art Blakey, then this is the Multitrack session for you!
The Loop Loft Felt and Wires Multitrack Drums Session #4 WAV
File size: 539.03 MB
Take the melodic mallet drumming of Art Blakey, combine it with warm brush strokes of Philly Joe Jones and mix it together with some 21st century backbeats, and you get our latest Multitrack Drums release, "Felt and Wires". Consisting of six individual channels of drum set mics along with 4 channels of percussion, this collection gives you complete control over a very orchestral, dynamic and ethereal sounding session that will appeal to film scorers, songwriters and instrumental composers alike.
The Loop Loft Funk Meets Fusion Multitrack Drums Session #2 WAV
File size: 453.50 MB
What would it sound like if legendary funk drummer, Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown) joined a legendary fusion band like Weather Report, and they only performed in dance clubs where the tempo was regulated to 128 bpm? Well, we're not sure if such a bizarre/awesome union like this would ever occur, but if it did, the drums would probably sound a lot like our latest multitrack release, "Funk Meets Fusion".
3D Model | 527.1 MB
The Loop Loft The Money Beats Multitrack Drums Session #12 WAV
File size: 483.79 MB
Every successful producer in pop music can agree that the "less is more" approach is a crucial element for making a hit track, especially when it comes to the drums. No 32nd note fills. No five against six polyrhythms. No bullsh*t. Just a rock solid groove that holds down the time, while propelling the song up the charts. AKA: "The Money Beat".