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  • It’s A Jazz Thing - Loops Available

    April 21 2016

    It’s A Jazz Thing - Loops Available

    The full album of ‘It’s A Jazz Thing’ is now available on the Drumdrops site. All 41 loop packs have been added along with the MP3 practice tracks. Now you can purchase the multi-tracks, stems & mixes, loops or practice tracks.  Remember to use the voucher code jazzthing20 to claim 20% off any purchases on this album. Find out more here:-...

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  • April 01 2016

    New Free Track Alert

    For all our great customers who have previously purchased from Drumdrops we have dropped in a new free track into your account. We have added one free track from the new Drumdrops jazz album - ‘It’s A Jazz Thing’. The free track is based on Gene Krupa’s “Sing Sing Sing”.Benny Goodman’s 1937 recording features Gene Krupa’s pulsating tom-tom groove with alternating...

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  • September 22 2014

    Recording and Mix engineer Phill Brown and drummer Martyn Barker...

    Recording and Mix engineer Phill Brown and drummer Martyn Barker discuss the making of Folk Rock Drops Volume 2. 17 drum tracks taking influence from a range of mainly modern folk rock tracks with a few old classics thrown in. Recorded at the historic Miloco Livingston Studios in London in the brighter sounding live room this kit was close mic’d....

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  • February 26 2013

    Drummer Steve Sidelynk discusses sampling a DW Drum Kit at Sofa Sound Studios

    In this new video on the Drumdrops YouTube channel, drummer Steve Sidelnyk (Madonna, Dido, Primal Scream, Annie Lennox, Seal) discusses recording the new Drumdrops album, Now That’s What I Call Drums, an album of classic 80s drum tracks. The album was recorded on a DW Collectors Series Drum kit at  Miloco Sofa Sound Studiosby Producer / Engineer Chris Potter. Also being released...

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  • August 24 2012

    Guide to Importing Drumdrops Multitracks and Tempo Maps into Logic

    Drumdrops engineer Ben Thackeray has added to our Digital Tips and Advice section on drumdrops.com/tips/digital.html by writing this useful guide on importing multitracks and tempo maps into Logic… Firstly, open the Logic application. Do NOT start a new session or open an existing session. Click ‘Open’ from under the file menu and select the MIDI tempo map that you have downloaded from...

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