MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by Lutz Windu » Mon, 20 Sep 2004 18:02:15


Hi,

I am looking for standard *.MID-files that contain drum patterns (only) I
can use for sequencing. The trouble is that I do not own a velocity
sensitive keyboard so I cannot really create nice rhythms with that. I would
like to find Waltz, Foxtrott, Samba etc., files with fills/endings/intros
and perhaps several variations would be nice.

Where can I get these?

Regards,
Lutz.
 
 
 

MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by Laurence P » Mon, 20 Sep 2004 18:17:36

>I am looking for standard *.MID-files that contain drum patterns (only) I

Drum patterns ONLY? You won't find a lot. But you'll find plenty of
complete songs. You do sequencing, so you have the tools to extract
just the drum track.

What sequencer do you use? Many have a Drum Edit page, allowing you
to build rhythm patterns by step entry into a convenient graphic
display. Velocities can be easily edited Most people don't use a
music keyboard for this. If you don't have a dedicated Drum Edit
page, you can do the same in any Midi Edit page with slightly less
convenience.

Also, look at Band In A Box. This software may do exactly what you
need. It will construct other accompaniment parts as well, but it's
easy to discard all except the drum track if that's all you want.

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MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by ViSiTo » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 05:55:34


I'll repost 1100+ in alt.binaries.sounds.midi for you in a zip-file

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ViSiToR
 
 
 

MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by timism » Thu, 07 Oct 2004 04:40:08

OK, so where did you post the 1100+ drum patterns in a zip file?
 
 
 

MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by ViSiTo » Fri, 08 Oct 2004 04:45:21


It was posted 23/08/04 23:01
Message-ID: < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >

I see you're posting through Google. Google does not keep binaries :-(

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ViSiToR
 
 
 

MIDI-Files wanted - Drumpatterns

Post by noteja » Fri, 08 Oct 2004 05:33:18

Tim,
You might want to check out percussion studio too,

Go to www.google.com and do a search for percussion studio. Lots of free
drums and instruments. Its not midi, and you can use it for free, but it wont
save the music until you pay the shareware fee.