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    Hi Guys,
    do you know any good sources of quality drum loops ?
    played by real drummers preferably ....

    thinking of of getting a Jamman and loading in some
    nice drum loops in there for jamming along with ....

    thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingu
    Hi Guys,
    do you know any good sources of quality drum loops ?
    played by real drummers preferably ....

    thinking of of getting a Jamman and loading in some
    nice drum loops in there for jamming along with ....

    thanks all
    Cannot say enough good about drumgenius. It's an app, but I'm sure you can record it to a daw...

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    Cool video from Barry Greene about using drumgenius loops in Ableton:


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    Oh thanks very much, I was wondering if I could do a bit more with drum genius loops etc... will have a look at this.

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    Yes it’s neat, I had a free copy of ‘ableton lite’ or something which came with a gadget I bought, I didn’t really have much use for it at first. So I imported my favourite drumgenius loops into it using Barry’s method and it’s very handy. I grouped the loops by tempo range within one project, so I can just open one project and play whichever loop I like. And of course you can record guitar alongside it and export as a WAV like Barry did.

    Here’s a screenshot:

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    The Ezdrummer midi packs are played by real drummers and are not snapped to the grid. But they will cost you $$$.

    I did this with EZdrummer midi. Click into various bits along the timeline to hear variations.


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    Other options:

    SessionBand Loops | Chord-Based, Royalty-Free Loop Sets From the World's Best Musicians

    Sonoma Wire Works: Drum Software

    Drumdrops | Multitrack drums, drum loops, drum stems & drum samples

    And if you own a Mac or iOS device, there’s always Garage Band. The loops they include (some are downloads you need to install) have gotten a lot better in recent years IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    Cannot say enough good about drumgenius. It's an app, but I'm sure you can record it to a daw...
    just downloaded Drumgenius
    onto my phone ... it seems great ....
    gonna practice with it tonight

    many thanks all !