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Whole Loops Drum Kits are 100% royalty free Drum Samples, one-shots, loops, and 808s. Every sound is hand harvested and mixed to organic dynamic perfection. Drag these high quality wav files into any DAW or Sample of your choice for instant knock and rhythmic inspiration for any style of music production.
Whole Loops Midi Packs contain chord progressions and melodies for instant inspiration in any key. Drag a midi file into any DAW for perfect chords in every session. Choose from our hand made chords to start or finish your next song. All MIDI samples are in C Major and A Minor to make them even easier to add to any musical arrangement.
You'll learn everything you need to know about making a professional sample pack: From making a plan, learning about copyright, making drum and melody samples to exporting and renaming samples properly and more!
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Undertaking's, Bassimilus, Mega Bass, Kinship /Frédéric Alarie & Sylvain Provost EP, Frédéric Alarie & Jon Geary \"Live\", Enjoy, In the Spirit of Scott Lafaro, Loops-samples of Scott Lafaro doublebass, and 8 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $73.50 CAD or more (30% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Wiseone pt1 03:17 buy track 2. Wiseone pt2 01:06 buy track 3. Wiseone pt3 01:41 buy track 4. Advance confidently 03:15 buy track 5. Love begin 00:37 buy track about Loops-samples are from the album \" In the spirit of Scott Lafaro\"Frédéric Alarie play Scott Lafaro's doublebass (Abram Prescott 1825)for musiciens who would like to improvise with or integrate in there music. $(\".tralbum-about\").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get(\"tralbum_about\"), \"more\", \"less\"); credits released July 14, 2017 license all rights reserved tags Tags jazz Montréal Shopping cart total USD Check out about Frédéric Alarie Montréal, Québec
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The major benefit of recording loops is the fact that every analog drum hit has a slightly different shape and vibe to it - a human quality that one-shots (even round robins) can't touch. When you sample the machine directly from the source and add your own flavor to it (tastefully, of course!) via preamps, compression, saturation, etc, the unique sonic qualities that emerge from the sounds become even more evident now that you're recording 4 seconds worth of a kick, instead of a fraction of a second. Grabbing a 4 beat loop of 909 kicks and layering that with a snare roll can sound quite convincing immediately.
So with this in mind, we recorded hundreds of loops ranging from clean, unadulterated transients (most people don't realize an unprocessed 909 kick has a HUGE spike) to trashy, squared-waved 909 trash. We set out to do all the stuff that ITB sequencers struggle with - analog pitch modulating snare rolls by hand, shuffling tom flams, and more.
Opting for a variety of both straight and shuffled rhythms, we recorded everything from simple and dry to complex patterns with over-the-top outboard processing. We focused on capturing different types of loops that would be applicable at different stages of your production process. The more stripped-down loops and patterns are great for inserting into pre-existing productions, while the more effected and unique loops are a great starting point or background energy. In the same way, the individual drum loops provide a much greater level of flexibility and detail, while the whole beats and tops can get you started a lot quicker. All of this is to say there should be something for everybody in here.
Drumdrops takes the original sampling concept to the next level by offering you the best live drum tracks and drum samples in the business. We focus on the highest quality sound recordings. Using some of the leading drummers, most accomplished and passionate professional producers and engineers, high quality drum kits and some of the world's best commercial recording studios in the business.
Purveyors of the finest live drum multi-tracks, stems, drum loops, drum samples and single hit kits. We are constantly developing and recording new drum loops and samples. If there are any products you'd love to see that we don't already sell, please get in touch!
Definitely, my favorite place when it comes to looking for samples. Everything here is FREE and the samples are shared by audio recordists around the world. If you have some interesting recorded samples do join in and share yours too!
Sites for Computer Music, you can find free loops they give out from their older magazines. Beats why you bought the magazine in the first place Well, go indulge yourself in their full big library of loops & samples. They are usually more meant for electronic music and dance though.
Regardless of what type of work with audio you do, you will have a need to import audio files and loops into your session. Whether it's sound fx needed for a video, or drum loops for music production, everyone will have a need to Import Audio into Pro Tools .
Long before Pro Tools ever existed, people utilized audio loops and samples in music production, post/tv production, and songwriting. Whether on tape, hardware sampler, of computer software, creative use of samples has become a part of our societal norms. Before we go any further, let's first define what a sample is. A sample can be described as: A portion of a previously recorded sound. For example, the song \"Do To Me\" by H.E.R. sampled the song \"Bam Bam\" by Sister Nancy - check out the side by side HERE: whosampled.comA loop can be described as: A portion of audio that can be continuously repeated (without sounding unnatural). The most obvious example of loops are drums, which when placed end to end sound like a continuous drum part. The most famous drum loop sample of all time is from \"Amen, Brother\" by The Winstons. That drum part has been sampled and looped in over 2700+ songs, including by people such as Tyler, The Creator, Slipknot, Jay-Z, Skrillex, DJ Shadow, Galantis, and so many more. Check out the side by side comparison on whosampled.comNow that we have established what we're dealing with, I'll show you how easy it is to import samples and loops into your Pro Tools session.
The easiest way to add samples to your Pro Tools session is to import them via the Workspace browser. Not only does this browser window allow you to search your entire computer for audio (as well as Video, MIDI, etc...) files, you can also audition the files, as well as sync them to the tempo of your session via the Elastic Audio features of Pro Tools. To open the Workspace, go to the Window menu in Pro Tools, go down to New Workspace, choose default (of you can use the keyboard shortcut of Option + I)
One of the many advantages of auditioning files this way is the ability to hear the files in context with the session. Your session could be playing back while you audition how each of the samples would sound to help you determine if it's useable of not. Along with the preview, you also have the option of using Elastic Audio while you audition the files, making sure they play back at the same Tempo as your session. Yes! For those of you working with drum, and music loops, this feature is your new best friend. Along with auditioning the audio file while your session is playing back, it also plays the file back at the same tempo as your session. For Ex: audition drum loops of various tempos and hear what they would sound like with the rest of your song playing, all before you ever import any files into your session.To activate Elastic Audio in the Workspace Browsers, click the metronome icon at the top of the window
Once you have your audio files imported there is a very good chance you will have to edit the files to make sure they are the correct length. When you purchase sample and loop libraries there is no guarantee the files are perfectly edited, there is a good chance you will have to edit and fine tune the file. In the example above, the audio file is quite long and has several different drum patterns as well as individual drum samples in it. In order to make sure you use only the part you can use the Trim Tool, which allows you to trip (think crop) the beginning and end of the file. Select the Trim Tool by clicking on it, or pressing F6 on the keyboard. Once selected, click and drag from the beginning or end of the audio file. Trim from the beginning Trim from the end
Once you have this tool selected, you can now click and drag your audio sample to draw in a length. Example below:Start with the sample you have edited, click and drag at the end, or beginningThe end result will look something like this. The original sample (loop) is now playing back over a much longer length of time. This technique is not only effective for music, but also for Film/TV Post Production. Many elements such as ambience, needs to occur over a length of time, therefore the samples are Trim Looped to cover the required gap.
Sampling is nothing new. People have been using samples long before Pro Tools was around. With each technological step forward, people have have more unique and efficient ways to work with samples and loops. Because of this there are tons of resources available for acquiring samples. Whether you're working with Music or Film/TV Post Production, Samples are an everyday part of life. The convenience, as well as cost savings, of having pre-recorded material can allow creative people to have an outlet that would otherwise require lots of money, or people, and time. Imagine if you had to spend a day recording \"street noises in a busy city\" to use in a film. The time spent recording cost more that using samples of city noises. In music, samples are such a way of life, they have created entire music genres. Here are some resources to get you going.The Loop LoftBig Fish AudioSpliceLoop Masters 59ce067264