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Loopmasters releases Drumdrops In Dub Vol. 3 [WAV|AL]

Loopmasters has announced the release of Drum Drops In Dub Vol. 3, a sample collection of Reggae and Dub beats played by Reggae drummer Horseman.

Horseman has backed the biggest Reggae artists in the business; Max Romeo, Little Roy and many more. Famous for his precision timing and fearsome delivery, Horeseman has worked alongside producers and engineers like Jah Shaka, Prince Fatty and Mad Professor and has guaranteed his status both in the studio and on stage.

Horseman rips into his favorite grooves from old Studio One classics to heavyweight Dub Classics. In this extensive collection of Dub Drum Samples, Horeseman shows the slower side of his playing with Dub Grooves from 70-100BPM, sampled at 24-bit 44.1kHz.

Drumdrops in Dub volume 3 includes over 650MB of royalty free WAV and Apple Loop samples, including 168 drum loops with BPMs ranging from 70, 73, 75, 76, 77, 79, 91, and 100 BPM. Beats include rolls, variations, percussions, and all the elements you need to construct banging Dub beats with a classic sound.

This Downbeat collection of classic One Drops and heavyweight Dub reggae grooves were inspired by the likes of Joe Gibbs, Studio 1, Channel 1, King Tubby and other '70s Dub Reggae legends.

Recorded in Jamaica and London, including drum tracks recorded at the peak of the Roots Radics era in studios like Channel One and Randys, using full vintage Neve consoles and using only authentic valve equipment including Vintage Orban and Grampian Spring reverbs.

Download price is £39.95.

Visit the Loopmasters site to listen to demos and purchase.

 
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