Drums For GarageBand

BandmateLoops.com unveils three Sounds Like Drums Virtual Drum Instruments for GarageBand      28/04/09

Drums For GarageBand


BandmateLoops has unveiled its first three multisample Virtual Instruments for GarageBand . They tell us that the DW Rock/Pop Kit, Rogers Reggae Kit and RnB Hip-Hop Kits all feature the rich analog sound SLD is well known for. The three products target professional multisample instruments specifically for the GarageBand community. Here's all the details directly from BandmateLoops...
SLD DW Rock Pop Kit
The incredible live sound, mics and general recording of the DW Rock Pop Kit allow maximum flexibility in mixing and beat producing. The definitive sound of the DW Kit opens up the world of professional multisample instruments for all GarageBand users.
SLD Rogers Reggae Kit
The authentic style and quality of the Rogers Reggae Kit will have you transported to higher ground instantly. With multiple ultra-rich, analog-recorded samples, the SLD Reggae Kit features numerous timbres and drumming techniques for Reggae and Dub music-making.
SLD RnB Hip-Hop Kit
SLD Hip-Hop RnB Kit actually features three distinct instruments in one package. The 808 Kit is a vintage emulation of the classic Roland drum machine. The 808 Kit offers a hybrid between real drum samples and synthesized sounds. The Old School Kit is perfect for Hip-Hop tracks, giving you classic big Hip-Hop sound. Finally, the RnB Kit is ideal for contemporary RnB sound. (such as Alicia Keys, Mary J. Blige, John Legend)
Pricing and Availability:
SLD DW Rock Pop Kit (GarageBand Instrument Download) is available 24/7 for electronic delivery for $24.95 USD.
SLD Rogers Reggae Kit (GarageBand Instrument Download) is available 24/7 for electronic delivery for $19.95 USD.
SLD RnB Hip-Hop Kit (GarageBand Instrument Download) is available 24/7 for electronic delivery for $24.95 USD.
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