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Length: 0.00 secs | Sample Rate: 44100 | 16 bit | Size 85k
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Class: Loud

Added: 2005-06-17

Rating: 1 Votes:10

»Author: Duke Rob Bobert the Eighth | Search by Duke Rob Bobert the Eighth
»License: Freeware | Read Guidelines
»Description: This high-quality looping drum sequence contains a solid beat recorded from a MIDI sample composed in Cakewalk Sonar 3. Light reverberation effects were added as well as a 30.70 delayed chorus and a 2.00 delayed flanger with 80% feedback. Finally, after adding a 500.00 slap back delay, the loop was amplified using a British Overdrive setting at 100 BPM. This masterpiece among loops was composed and mastered by Duke Rob Bobert the Eighth. Not like you really gave a moment of thought to what went behind this soon to be famous classic, but please listen and then vote a ten. You may use this in any of your projects, but be sure to credit Duke Rob Bobert the Eighth for creating this incredible loop.
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