Ultra Flexible Drum Loops

Ueberschall release Liquid Drums sample library      22/06/07

Ultra Flexible Drum Loops


Ueberschall have released Liquid Instruments volume 8 Liquid Drums which they tell us is the most flexible loop based real drum tool. They say that anything you've ever wanted to do with drums is now possible as there is unlimited control over the loops and multi channel layers, with every tone of each drum instrument editable for total flexibility.
Ueberschall say that for the first time, you are able to move, pitch, stretch or even delete any single note of the snare, hihat, bass drum etc. loop without affecting the rest of the groove. All loops and single sound loops automatically adjust their tempo to your arrangement while remaining groovy and keeping their natural color. You can also try radical pitching and stretching to make everything sound more electronic.
Liquid Drums contains more than 450 drum loop construction kits (over 2600 layered loops) incl. 100 breaks, intros and outros (over 640 layered tracks) in all styles and variations.
Styles: Pop, RnB, Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Disco, Jazz, Swing, Bossanova, Samba, Rock, and Drum & Bass.
Pricing and Availability:
Ueberschall's Liquid Instrument Series Vol. 8 Drums is available for USD $199 (€174) More information:



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