Alan White (Yes, John Lennon) is known for making even the oddest time signatures groove and this content showcases his beats, fills and variations in 7/4, 7/8, 5/4 and 9/4. There's even a taste of 4/... Click To Read More About This Product
Alan White (Yes, John Lennon) is known for making even the oddest time signatures groove and this content showcases his beats, fills and variations in 7/4, 7/8, 5/4 and 9/4. There's even a taste of 4/4 here and there! Included are new drumkits for use with DrumCores MIDI sound module/virtual instrument.
AlanPack I GrooveSets include:
â¢ Changes - 17/8 that has a pocket. Who'd a thought! Over a dozen variations (not including fills) with different dynamics and voicings (rides, hats, no kick, etc.). Tempos range from 110 to 140 bpm.
â¢ Endless Dream - Slow with a slightly psychotic feel. Tight snares and ghost note variations drive things along from 50 to 80 bpm.
â¢ Machine - A cool and tight sounding "prog" construction kit from 140 to 160 bpm in 4/4, 7/4 and 9/4. Variations with cool tom work.
â¢ Snow White - This groove may start in 4/4 with an 1/8th note feel, but that's only a point of departure. Variations include 1/2 time feels, all flavors of snare accents (including snare on 1 and 3) with ghost notes, plus turnarounds. Did we mention the 6/4 variations?
â¢ Shoot High - This classic Alan groove is a big generator of new song ideas. Snare is on the 3 and it builds from sparse to 16th hi-hats and has dramatic flam variations. 85 to 105 bpm.
â¢ Square Seven - Yup, you guessed it. It is in 7/8! From 80 to 120 you get a vast array of variations (China rides and punches for example) plus a few bits of 4/4 to cut in for the "B" sections or to build your own time signatures. A tight sounding kit accenting the click of the hats and the crack of the snare.