Drums on Demand releases "Odd-Time Odyssey" loops
(Dave Molter | Posted 2010-02-27)
Software company Drums on Demand has released Odd-Time Odyssey, is a highly requested collection of odd-time signature Song Sets®. These include 3/4, 6/8, 12/8, 7/4 and 6/4 in tempos ranging from 80 to 208. The crossover styles and mix are great for rock, pop and even country ballads. Simply find the Master Loop that matches your song, then use the average of 50 other loops in each Song Set® to build an awesome drum track.
Odd-Time Odyssey is available as immediate download or shipped on disc for $39.95.
--800 loops and single hits in 12 deep Song Sets®
--24-BIT Acid WAVs, 16-BiT Acid WAVs or Apple Loops formats ($39.95)
--REX format available in March
--Optional $49.95 upgrade to 24-Bit Multitrack WAV.
--150 multi-velocity single hit drum samples (snares, kick, toms, cymbals, etc.)
--6 of the 12 Song Sets include rim-based loops (side stick)
--High-end 44.1K mix
--Royalty-free (like all our volumes)
Drums on Demand is a partnership of three musicians and programmers:
Todd Sorensen is an accomplished session drummer and percussionist as well as a composer and producer. His playing and writing can be heard everyday on shows like NBC's The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America and more. He also composes for TV, radio and album production. His work has been featured in film trailers for such blockbusters as Tomb Raider 2, X Men 2 and Spiderman.
Guy Randle has been engineering and producing full time since 1977 when he founded Rosewood Recording Company. With more than 25 years of experience behind the board, his track record includes projects ranging from major label artists to independent albums with total unit sales in the millions. And one more thing -- he loves recording drums.
Quint Randle has made a career out of making life simpler for working musicians and songwriters. He founded Gig Magazine in 1986 and his book, Making Money Making Music, is available at bookstores nationwide (and in the DOD store). He has also written for a variety of music industry publications such as Mix Magazine and Guitar Player. The Drums on Demand concept and patent-pending organization system grew out of his own songwriting work.
from a Drums on Demand press release.