ADM DRUMS contains the complete collection of drum and percussion content sourced from premium Brian Funk aka AfroDJMac packs spanning the beginning of the release history through the first half of 2018. The racks, loops, and samples it contains have been updated, reorganized, and presented in a self-installing Ableton Live pack for intensive, comprehensive access. It includes a truly vast array of useful audio production resources, weighing in at a rich 1.6 GB.
Includes drum racks, loops, and hits from the following ADM packs:
Foundational Drum Beats
Moog Phatty Glitch Drums
Super Tape Drums
Tuned Kick Drums
Smooth Pocket Operators
64 Pad Mania
The self-installing ADM DRUMS presents you upon install with a robust lesson file detailing the creation of and inspriration behind each original ADM pack.
Once installed, the content will automatically appear in your User Library and will be accessible from the “Drums” category section of the browser.
In the pack are four main folders by which the content can also be accessed:
Drum MIDI Clips
“Drum Hits” contains a gargantuan agglomeration of one-shot drum hits used in the racks, making it easy to build your own unique custom drum kits, or edit existing kits, by cueing and dropping them into drum rack, simpler, impulse, or sampler slots. It is possible to craft 34964575153744699083953429637868353479355 different 16-pad drum racks using these hits! That’s a big number.
“Drum Kits” contains over 150 tasty ADM Drum Racks, further subdivided by:
Drum Machine Kits
Within some are also found Drum Hit Category folders which contain racks focused on specific hit types.
“Drum Loops” contains a collossal assortment of drum and percussion audio loops which automatically fit the set’s tempo. Each loop has been gain-matched to within 0.1 integrated LUFS of each other for super-consistent default levels. They are subcategorized into:
Rap Man Beats
Snare Drum Fills
“Drum MIDI Clips” contains a swell series of MIDI patterns, originally designed to match with particular drum kits. However, potential fun is also to be had in experimenting with trying them out on any drum kit. Use them as starting points and edit the MIDI notes to suit the track you’re working on.
IMAGE CREDIT: Courtesy of DJWorx.com