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SessionLoops Announces Classic Rock Drum Loop Collection

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Monday October 11, 2004
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Drum Foundations Volume One - "Classic Rock Sessions", features master drummer Simon Phillips (Jeff Beck, Mick Jagger, Pete Townshend etc.) laying down groove after groove at Woodcliff Studios in Los Angeles.

Chock full of essential loops representing the fundamental building blocks of rock, "Classic Rock Sessions", offers a collection of drum grooves inspired by some of rock's greatest songs, from AC/DC to Zeppelin. Throughout 34 'Drum Sessions' with a wide range of tempos, Simon Phillips turns in a dynamic performance across a variety of rock styles from Texas Blues to full-tilt Power Punk. Each 'Drum Session' contains all the parts you'll need to create your song (Verse, Chorus, Fills etc). Choose a 'Drum Session' that matches your tempo and feel, then drag and drop the parts into your sequencer software and arrange. Mix and match loops from different sets and use the full single-hit collection to add crash cymbals, kicks or extras to the loops to increase realism or build your own custom kits.

Drum Foundations will be available on PC/Mac CD-R in Stereo WAV (Acidized), Multi-Track WAV (Acidized) and Apple Loops formats.

Drum Foundations Volume One will be shipping in Fall 2004.

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For more information, visit their web site at www.sessionloops.com

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