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Tempo: 110 BPM
Not a typical one drop, this Rock/Reggae beat has big tom sound with lots of tone. The bass drum has plenty of sub frequencies and lots of punch.
Tempo: 115 BPM
A four on the floor hi hat and snare drum roll groove including some hi hat splashing. The beat is broken up with mostly tom fills every four measures or so to help keep you on track. For a bit of a change, I switch to a ride beat while still keeping the four on the floor hi hat going. After the ride beat I pick up where I left off on the original beat and increase the energy a bit as the beat progresses by adding some syncopation on the snare.
Tempo: 95 BPM
This beat is part Jazz, Slow Rock. Throughout the whole beat there is a Pink Floyd style quarter note ride pattern. The kick and snare groove a bit more with an offbeat downtempo feel.
Tempo: 90 BPM
Funk rock drum loops that work well with clean, choppy, funk guitar or they’ll work just as well with some chunky distortion. This beat has some nice syncopated open hi hat and 16th note bass drum patterns. There are a couple of short variations with a ride and crash cymbal accents that follow the same open hi hat pattern.
Tempo: 115 BPM
Consistent and not too busy Funk Rock drum loops. This beat starts with a closed hi hat pattern and switches back to a loose hi hat beat that will work great for a chorus. A medium intensity ride pattern with a little double kick for the bridge and back to the beginning and a new variation at the end.
Tempo: 110 BPM
Part Metal part Jazz, this beat starts out with a quarter note closed hi hat and double bass pattern. The dynamics pick up with a double time beat then back to the quarter note pattern and again back to the double time beat. I bring it way down for the bridge section with a cross stick/rim click while keeping the double kick going. There’s also some dynamic variation in the bridge as I switch between cross stick and snare as the energy builds and returns to the original beat to wrap things up.

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