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Brian Tama Superstar Hydrogen Drumkit 1
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by Brian the Lion

Uploaded on Mar 04, 2017 (and last updated on Mar 04, 2017)

I have constructed a drumkit using my own recordings of a Tama Superstar Fusion kit with Zildjian ZXT Titanium Rock cymbals. The above pictures show the Tama Superstar Fusion drumkit and Zildjian ZXT Titanium Rock cymbals used to create the hydrogen kit. Please write up as many comments as you like, good and bad. I would love to hear your ideas.

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Funk Hydrogen Beat Templates 0
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by Brian the Lion

Uploaded on Mar 03, 2017 (and last updated on Mar 03, 2017)

I present you with my second ever beat template which focuses around the funk genre. These beats, however, can be used in most genres such as rock, hip-hop, pop and even metal at times. Once again, I have only used a closed hi-hat for the right-hand rhythm, however it is easy enough to interchange this with whatever suits you, like the ride, open hats, or crash. Just copy the same pattern on the ride, or crash and then delete the notes from the hi-hat. I hope you enjoy c...

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Jazz and Blues Hydrogen Drum Beat Templates 0
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by Brian the Lion

Uploaded on Mar 03, 2017 (and last updated on Mar 03, 2017)

I've been working on another beat template which uses Jazz and Blues rhythms. But I tried something new this time - I noticed that in my beat templates a lot of the beats had similar characteristics and it made things really bulky. So with this template, I've made patterns for both the right and left hands as well as for the right foot (i.e. the kick drum). This means that you are able to make many different beats by just playing any R-hand, L-hand and R-foot combination s...

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Rock Hydrogen Drum Beat Templates 0
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by Brian the Lion

Uploaded on Mar 03, 2017 (and last updated on Mar 03, 2017)

Note: This song requires the YamahaVintageKit This consists of several basic 4/4 rock beats with a few fills. There is also a crash and drag pattern which can be overlaid on any of the pieces in order to pimp them. I have only used a closed hi-hat for the right-hand rhythm, however it is easy enough to interchange this with whatever suits you, like the ride, open hats, or crash.

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Amen Break Beat for Hydrogen 0
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by Brian the Lion

Uploaded on Mar 03, 2017 (and last updated on Mar 03, 2017)

The "Amen Break" is a 6 second drum beat which was originally played by Gregory Sylvester Coleman in the song "Amen Brother" by "The Winstons" in 1969. It is probably the most popular drumbeat in the world because it is used (and some would say "over-used") in many forms of Hip-hop, Jungle, Rock, Drum and Bass and Breakcore music. The history behind this beat is quite extensive and interesting and is well summarised on Wikipedia at the following link: http://en.wikipedia.o...

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RetroDrums One 0
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by Tic Tok Men

Uploaded on Aug 24, 2015 (and last updated on Dec 23, 2015)

These are samples of old drum machines I've collected over the years. Not all recordings were done in house (but all are free use licenses). The sample set consists of several drum machines (listed below). Each drum machines sounds are spread out over each octave from C1 to C7. There are, in some cases, sounds from some machines that have been grouped with others. This is because that machine had more then 12 sounds. But, the basic layout is the same on each. C = Bass Dr...

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