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Tempo: 120 BPM
Fusion drum beat with an alternating 16th note and drum roll hi hat pattern.
Tempo: 95 BPM
This beat will work great for an alternative rock song played with an acoustic guitar. Played with brushes yet still keeps a solid rock groove.
Tempo: 110 BPM
My first MIDI drum beat. This is a funk beat played at 110 BPM. There plenty of opened and closed hi hat syncopation with a bridge section that is well-defined by hi hat opining on the “&s” of each quarter note.
Tempo: 120 BPM
The basic pattern of this beats stays consistent throughout, but there is a lot of vitiation. Everything from Tim Alexander inspired kick, crash ride, and loose rock hi hat and more.
Tempo: 85 BPM
Funk beat with a small rock section in the middle. This beat almost made it into my Groove Rock section, but it seemed a little more fitting for a funk song until the section open hi hat part.
Tempo: 95 BPM
This beat won’t take you out of the zone. It’s over five minutes long without too much variation although I do switch to the ride for a bit, but it is a very similar groove.
Tempo: 95 BPM
This is a stripped down funk rock beat, similar in style to the Big Beat bands like The Crystal Method and The Chemical Brothers.
Tempo: 140 BPM
This is a moderately fast beat with some dynamic changes. Overall it's a pretty straight beat, but there are plenty of drum fills to break things up a bit. There are a couple of quieter sections near the end. These will work great for adding some dramatic breakdowns followed by a loud vocal or screaming guitar lead.
Tempo: 105 BPM
An almost Latin groove with the snare wires turned off. This beat starts out quieter than picks up later with some ride and double kick patterns and loud tom fills.

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