Heavyweight beats and fat recordings, the
perfect foundation for the contemporary
(DUB) Reggae producer. For although
everything is done with 1970's gear, this
surely doesn't mean that everything you do
with it has to be "retro" as well.
Quite the contrary, actually!
Remember, Reggae music is timeless. It is
more a rhythm then a music style. And so,
the DRUMDROPS IN DUB provide you with the
perfect foundation for some real heavyweight
DUB sessions. Timeless sessions that don't
have to sound like everything is created in
Just fat and heavyweight.
Ofcourse you can load the drums in a Multi
Track recorder and have a complete band of
musicians play the other instruments.
Without one exception, Horseman's rhythms
will lead the Reggae musician to the
creation of some crucial ROOTS and CULTURE.
But not everyone has that luxury. Even
stronger, the contemporary (DUB) Reggae
producer is often alone in his studio,
surrounded by enigmatic digital tools. Tools
like synthesizers and samplers, all driven
by a sequencer.
Fortunately, the DRUMDROPS can be
imported in every professional Mid-Audio
Sequencer. Because of the several tempo
mapping files that come with the rhythms, it
is possible to synchronize the drums with
the midi data.
There's no fooling around, the rhythms
are too heavyweight for that. This is
stricktly for Serious Dubbing. No clown can
hang around. Every producer will hear that
Your music will have some heavy impact
when you apply one of the rhythms from
DRUMDROPS IN DUB VOLUME TWO.