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Old 2010-09-10, 21:01
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Real Drum beats?

Hi,
I am very new to Reason and the whole sampling thing. I am wondering if there is a good refill for studio drums? The real sound Im after would be Beatles. I know they are not known for Heavy Hard Hitting drums. If not a 60's vintage drum sound then Im looking for a standard "Rock n Roll" drum sound. Id prefer something that has little beats already made up that I can sync together. But something that also has the individual drums so I can do my own.
Can anyone help a brotha out?
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Old 2010-09-10, 21:24
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Old 2010-09-10, 21:54
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Reason Drum Kits 2 available in the ReFills area.
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Old 2010-09-10, 21:56
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Well, the closest thing I've been able to find is this rex pak from Sonic Reality http://www.esoundz.com/details.php?ProductID=1703.
It leans a little more towards Zeppelin and stuff, but it's still a good variety of real drums, all recorded pretty unprocessed, so you'd maybe want to add some limiter/compression/etc. for the full-on Beatles style.
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Old 2010-09-10, 22:29
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Maybe ou can try googeling for som drum sounds...i did...and found loads of free samples. It took a few hours to browse around, but it was worth it.
I found both accoustic and electronic drums in many varieties
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Old 2010-09-11, 00:21
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Are those Reason 2.0 Drums loops?
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Old 2010-09-11, 16:00
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Are those Reason 2.0 Drums loops?
No, they are very well sounding samples carefully organized in instruments. The layout of samles basically follows the General MIDI standards, so any MIDI-drumtrack for any GM drumset will work.
The refill also comes with several awesome sounding MIDI files (performances) which - i guess - you could call "MIDI loops" for the package.
All in all - awesome stuff!
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Old 2010-09-11, 17:22
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the Jason McGerr artist refill and Soul School refill are both really good as well. I use the McGerr and Reason Drum Kits quite a bit. Hope that helps.
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Old 2010-09-11, 17:32
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