Big and Bold Drums in this Rocking Country Drum Loop Bundle!
Download over 2.5GB of live drum loops that are perfect for many styles of modern and traditional country, blues, and rock. Big open room, powerful snack crack, and hard-hitting drum grooves and samples – a powerful resource of live drums recorded in one of Nashville’s top drum rooms.
ABOUT THE ROCKING NASHVILLE SESSIONS DRUM LOOPS:
When we went to track drum loops for our Pure Country Series, we only thought of one location suited for recording: Nashville. Sure, everyone knows that, right?
But, while in Nashville, we learned a few things that go well beyond country music. We learned the level of musicianship in town is unsurpassed – walk into any club, bar, or honky-tonk and you’ll see and hear world-class players on every instrument. We also learned that musicians in Nashville are extremely efficient and productive – when the clock is running, work gets done. Nashville is a great rock town as well as other styles you’d never expect from the capital of country music.
We used a timeless classic for a drum kit – the Yamaha Recording Custom drum set — and dialed in a great, live drum mix in one of the best-sounding (as well as best-looking) drum rooms in town. We manned a well-conditioned API board to capture the sweetest subtleties of live brush work as well as the thick, punchy country, country-rock, and rock drum tones you’ve heard on countless country-rock hits.
These Rocking Nashville Sessions remain some of our favorite sounding drum tracks to this day and include the following Beta Monkey drum loop and sample collections:
Drum Werks IX: Pure, unadulterated hard rock drums. Big room sound, no added reverb needed.
Drum Werks XI: More pure power rock but with some tempo boost! Lots of energy and attitude.
Drum Werks XII: Rock and blues. Or, is it blues and rock? Either way, heavy-duty 12/8 and shuffle drum tracks. This is real blues for real blues players.
Pure Country I: Rocking Nashville Don’t let the country scare you if country is not your thing. Think simple, solid, 2’s and 4’s, more AC/DC than Garth Brooks, that’s for sure!