Smart Loops Releases Pro Drum Works Volumes 1 and 2 In REX

Smart Loops has released its flagship Pro Drum Works libraries in REX format. Now musicians using Reason, Pro Tools, Digital Performer, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, and other REX-compatible audio software can create millions of unique drum tracks with the extensive Pro Drum Works Volumes One and Two libraries.

This two-volume collection provides over 18,000 total loops and samples in straight-feel and shuffle-feel grooves, performed live on three separate drum kits (Acoustic, Trap, Thunder Kits). Musicians can create realistic, professional-quality drum tracks for virtually any rock, pop or country song– never having to repeat the same drum track again.

Pro Drum Works Volume One and Two Highlights:
• Extensive drum loop libraries of popular rock and pop grooves, with hundreds of variations
• Each Volume includes over 3,000 unique grooves and fills, performed on three different drum kits, for a total of over 9,000 loops
• Each Volume includes Acoustic Kit, Thunder Kit, and Trap Kit
• Use with any Mac and PC software that supports ACID, REX, or Apple Loops
• Quickly create drum tracks for studio sessions, radio and TV spots, CDs, or any other recording project
• Use grooves as is, or mix and match to create an unlimited number of possible drum tracks
• Includes loops for pickups, intros, fills, verses, choruses, bridge sections, and endings
• Includes individual „one shot‰ samples at multiple velocities for each drum and cymbal
• All crash cymbals separate from grooves and fills so you can add them only where you need them
• All drum loops performed live by Smart Loops founder and Pearl Drums artist Frank Basile
• Loops optimized for time-stretching between a 75-150 bpm tempo range
• Each Volume includes individual hits and one-shots, including all drums and cymbals at multiple velocities

The REX-format editions of Pro Drum Works Volumes One and Two are now available for download for an introductory price of $99 per Volume. More information on Pro Drum Works Volumes One and Two.

Author: FutureMusic

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