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gimme789 12-06-2017 09:29 PM

Drum Loops Recommendations
 
Hi, Looking for recommendations on downloadable (or from CD) Drum Loops. Looking for good sounding WAV files which I can Import into my Sonar program. Either free or for purchase is OK. I looked for free ones, didn't come up with much. Appreciate the help. TIA

DupleMeter 12-06-2017 09:40 PM

Check out The Loop Loft: https://www.thelooploft.com

Rudy4 12-06-2017 09:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gimme789 (Post 5560372)
Hi, Looking for recommendations on downloadable (or from CD) Drum Loops. Looking for good sounding WAV files which I can Import into my Sonar program. Either free or for purchase is OK. I looked for free ones, didn't come up with much. Appreciate the help. TIA

Jim Dooley's backing drum tracks, free and great if you're not looking to program:

https://www.youtube.com/user/JimCDooley/videos

Mbroady 12-07-2017 07:41 AM

I think "drums on demand" are worth taking a look at. They have a variety of styles in a variety or formats. There is also "big fish audio". I'm going to try out their shaker/tambourine pack in a couple of days. I also use Sonar.

buzzardwhiskey 12-07-2017 10:24 AM

I've been using EZdrummer. It can be stand alone and will create wav files, or you can connect it to a DAW which is what I do with Reaper.

FrankHudson 12-07-2017 05:21 PM

EZdrummer sounds good and gives you some additional control. You can buy the package and then there are add on packs with additional canned patterns.

Modifying and adding to the canned patterns is possible, even with a MIDI keyboard or a MIDI keyboard with pads--but you don't have to play "finger drums"--you can just use the patterns.

The only drum loop package I ever bought was Siggi Baldursson's Drum Sugar, and I bought that only because I love his playing so much.

runamuck 12-08-2017 12:24 AM

Superior Drummer 3 has the best sounds, in my opinion. There are are plenty of loops (MIDI files) and various drums you can assemble together in countless ways.

Gutch 12-25-2017 07:00 AM

+1 for Drums on Demand. High quality recording and lots of options. Bonus -- they run 50% off sales pretty regularly...


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