Disco Drum Loops Refill
The boffins over at Silicon Beats have been busy working on 'Disco Drum Loops V3' and we've got a tasty little reason refill of those authentic disco grooves for you to download right here. They've managed to capture that vintage sound of the disco scene circa 1970 by using authentic drums from that era and all of the essential percussion instruments that made disco the legend it became.
Free Demo Reason Refill of 'Disco Drums V3' (Personal Use Only) - Right click, save target as.
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How did they create this authentic sound? Well, aside from the fact that Silicon Beats have been recording and producing drums for decades you can tell that they really studied the sounds, rhythms and playing styles that were so famous during the disco phenomenon - and that's exactly what it was.
You can hear a masterful selection of drum tones and percussive elements such as triangle, shaker, timbale and lots of experimentation that made disco so infectious. With the perfect blend of live drum breaks and sequenced dance grooves, they've totally nailed the sound of that time.
The drum loops themselves offer a wide range of uses for many different genres. Obviously there's a steady 'dance' vibe throughout, but the disco sound also lends itself to pop, rnb and funk music, so whether you produce progressive house, dubstep, hip hop or straight up Pop, there's something hear for all kinds of music producers.
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With this sample pack you'll be able to re-create that classic disco vibe as well as enhance your modern day dance music bangers. If you're too young to remember the craze that was 'Disco' we recommend you do a Youtube search for bands like 'Earth, Wind and Fire', 'Kool and the Gang', 'The Three Degrees' and 'Shalamar' to name just a few of the all time greats.