Drum Beats

Printable View

  • 05-17-2006, 05:59 PM
    cam
    Drum Beats
    Anybody know of any free sites where I can download drum sounds. I don't mean just a couple of beats, I mean a continuous, minutes long drum beat. Just simple ACDC type stuff would do. I would like to burn this, play it through my home stereo while ripping off some riffs on my guitar. Thanks.
  • 05-17-2006, 07:43 PM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by cam
    Anybody know of any free sites where I can download drum sounds. I don't mean just a couple of beats, I mean a continuous, minutes long drum beat. Just simple ACDC type stuff would do. I would like to burn this, play it through my home stereo while ripping off some riffs on my guitar. Thanks.

    Cam try www.synthzone.com/drums.htm not ACDC but as african and more:ihih:
  • 05-17-2006, 07:59 PM
    cam
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    Cam try www.synthzone.com/drums.htm not ACDC but as african and more:ihih:

    Thanks Pat, going to bed now, I'll check it out tomorrow.
  • 05-17-2006, 08:10 PM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by cam
    Thanks Pat, going to bed now, I'll check it out tomorrow.

    Your welcome ,lots of beats on that site.:7:
  • 05-18-2006, 04:05 AM
    Resident Loser
    Way back when...
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by cam
    Anybody know of any free sites where I can download drum sounds. I don't mean just a couple of beats, I mean a continuous, minutes long drum beat. Just simple ACDC type stuff would do. I would like to burn this, play it through my home stereo while ripping off some riffs on my guitar. Thanks.

    ...there used to be a vinyl series called DrumDrops...while they were OK, the arrangements tended to be monotonous, each cut in a single, fixed, time signature...Finally I bit the bullet and bought a Roland drum machine...while it has pre-sets, it also allows for modification of them and programability for composition of odd beat patterns and mixtures...

    It has most likely been superceded by more user-friendly models and if you ever intend on expanding your musical horizons from basic 4/4 patterns I'd recommend looking into one...

    jimHJJ(...ba-da-rump...)