There’s no shortage of ways for drummers to trigger live electronic sounds: from single triggers to full multi-keyboards, adding sound to your kit with an electronic drum keyboard is now easier and more affordable than ever.
As Roland marks the 40th anniversary of his legendary TR-808 drum machine – used on everything from classic soul music to modern metal – we offer you over 300 tracks 808 tracks Free from two sample packs to download and use in your electronic or hybrid setup.
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From long, distorted kicks and versatile traps to special weight pads and handles, you can create your own kits to recreate the most famous drum machine in history. As a bonus, our standard 808 model pack also includes over 150 808 loops at different speeds for your choice. Need a reminder about how diverse the impact of the TR-808 is? Check out Roland’s playlist below.
We have adopted new habits. However, the big question is whether they will stick together if normalcy returns.
Here, The Drum delves into Ofcom’s 101-page report to pick out some of the UK media trends to keep an eye on.
In April 2020, when the UK was completely shut down, AV content consumption per person per day increased by an hour and a half from the same period last year, reaching 6 hours 25 minutes.
Broadcast TV guarantees 3 hours 46 minutes per day of live view, recorded or on-demand, ie a half-hour increase. News consumption has largely driven this.
SVOD services have grown from 37 minutes to 1 hour 11 minutes per day. This vehicle boasts the largest increase.
By the end of June, the TV viewing rate slowed down to + 11% over the same period last year.
The report makes predictions about overall TV viewing. When locking and restricting is easy, “it is likely to go back to something close to the level before locking,” it said. “There can be a rapid shift in the total number of views away from broadcast content as people increasingly use on-demand services.”
A drumbeat on the radio proves the influence of swing music brought me back.
The drummer was Steven Adler, a song cut from the 1987 classic Appetite For Destruction by Guns N ‘Roses. The example was surprising, but the comparison between the songs, one with Adler on the skin and another that replaced him, Matt Sorum, quickly shed some light on the swaying rhythm of the previous song.
There’s a coincidence to this, as the band has been in my mind lately, along with thoughts about my dad and the upcoming Roots & Blues Festival – all wrapped up together. in a sense of nostalgia.
While I understand the reasons behind it, I’m still very sad about the cancellation of all our community events this summer, including Roots & Blues. For more than a decade, I have participated in festivals to work and participate in its shows, activities, and food when inactive. Since then, I have had many memorable moments. Among them, enjoy a workshop at the 2006 festival starring Feist and Hawksley Workman and photographing The Family Stone from the Main Stage pit at the 2018 event.