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New Acoustic Drum Loops for PreSonus Studio One

PreSonus has released three new Studio One® Add-on soundsets of acoustic drum loops: Studio One Acoustic Drum Loops, Vol. 2; ($29.99) Studio One Acoustic Drum Loops Pro, Multitrack Edition ($49.99); and Studio One Complete Acoustic Drum Loops ($59.99).

These drum performances, recorded in a state-of-the-art studio with world-class microphones, are ready to use in stereo or multitrack format. Each style is an entire library of matching loops that can be arranged to fit any song form, just as a real drummer would play them, and includes individual loops for verses, bridges, choruses, fills, and variations.

The multitrack loops contain separate tracks for kick, snare, hi-hat, toms, overhead mics, room mics, and ambient mics so you can mix and edit to taste.

Studio One Acoustic Drum Loops, Vol. 2, includes stereo loops in multiple genres, including: Acoustic/Earthy, Blues/Reggae, Country, Jazz, Metal, R&B/Funk, and Rock/Pop.

Studio One Acoustic Drum Loops Pro, Multitrack Edition delivers the same sets as multitrack drum loops and also provides multitrack versions of some of the best loops from Volume 1.

The money-saving Studio One Complete Acoustic Drum Loops set ($59.99) contains both soundsets in one bundle.

Add-ons are program extensions, soundsets, plug-ins, and other assets exclusively for PreSonus’ Studio One DAW. (Studio One 2.6.4 or higher is required for the Acoustic Drum Loops Add-ons.) Add-ons are available for purchase directly from the PreSonus online store.

For more information about Studio One, visit www.presonus.com/products/studio-one.
 
For information about what’s new in Studio One 2.6.4,
see www.presonus.com/news/press_releases/Studio-One-264.
 

About the author

Bruce Bartlett

Audio Engineering Society member Bruce Bartlett is a recording engineer, audio journalist, and microphone engineer (www.bartlettaudio.com). His latest books are "Practical Recording Techniques 6th Edition" and "Recording Music On Location."


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