Description : Hot dance club beat, perfect for fast paced dance music.
I see you beat by Vsmoove has received 4 comments since it was uploaded.
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Description : If you have used this loop please let me hear what you've done with it. Thanks!
Description : I used this drum pattern within the beat "Wishful Thinking" , Great to use if you want to make a RnB feel type of beat with some trap styled high hats.
Description : PWL were the famous label of owners Stock, Aitken & Waterman back in the late 80's & early 90's. These are loops made by myself using official samples I was given.
Description : R&B 116bpm
Description : Inspired by 6 God
Send me a link if you used
Description : fatty 808 doggggg. show me what u do with it.
Description : 4 seamless bars of a highly-swung R&B drum+percussion groove, medium tempo, similar to the one heard in the 1968 soul record "Love Makes A Woman" by Barbara Acklin.
Description : Yo! Post what you guys make from this loop!
Description : Kinda used Drum and Bass, but trying to get this really breakbeat feel.. It didn't happen. It was done for a local, and since he didn't like it you can have it.
This is the groove of the series.
Description : 8 seamless bars of a disco-era funk/party groove. Inspired by the 1982 dance record "You Can Do It" by Vaughan Mason. The one that goes "slide, slide, slippity-slide, just sail along... etc."
Description : Pretty cool.
Drum and Bass, Hip Hop, Breakbeat kinda thingy.
I use two ride cymbals for all my drum work, just a fun fact.
Description : This is probably the only part I liked out of this, but upon careful observation it's a lot like my L1V35 0N F053V35 loops. but whatever.
Description : hard? could be used in some japan type beat or whatever
Description : Trying to mix Jazz and Breakbeatish kinda hip-hop..
It sucks whatever.
Description : This is the groove of the song "Babylon Sisters" from the band Steely Dan. Played and recorded from Roland TD-25 drum kit.