Drums on Demand Releases Volume 7 “Tight ‘n’ Dry” in Stereo and Multitrack Loop Formats

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Drums On Demand® Tight ‘n’ Dry features a “dry” mix — combined with a snare that pops, a kick drum that spanks, and toms that speak right up. Not a lot of room ambiance, but with an overall feeling of punch and musicality. With tasteful EQ and compression, it’s a popular sound and attitude that provides the foundation of many of today's rock, pop and county hits.

Part of our new Studio Series, Tight ‘n’ Dry includes deep Song Sets™, a selection of Loop Layers™ and extensive single hits, plus an optional multitrack upgrade. You'll also find a relatively consistent mix across the entire volume for easier mixing and matching of loops from different Song Sets.™ Tight ‘n’ Dry is organized with our patent-pending Song Set™ system, with each set featuring as many as 60 verse, chorus, fill, bridge, break, intro, ending and other loops. Simply find the Master Loop™ that fits your song and use the other loops and segments in the Song Set™ to quickly build a drum track that feels and sounds like a live drummer playing a real song—with a veteran engineer at the console.

The Tight ‘n’ Dry collection is available exclusively at http://www.drumsondemand.com. The 2-CD stereo edition in the format of your choice is only $79.95 with the optional Multitrack Upgrade (on 2 DVDs) an additional $99.95.

VOLUME 7 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Suitable for contemporary rock, pop and country
  • Dry and snappy attitude and feel
  • Several varieties of piccolo snares
  • Snare- and rim-based Song Sets™
  • Many half-time sections
  • More than 1300 Loops, Loop Layers™ & Single Hits in 24 Song Sets
  • 100 megs matching multi-velocity single hits
  • Tempos ranging from 68-175 BPM
  • Matching mix across entire volume for easier mixing and matching between Song Sets.
  • Nearly 1.3+ gigs on 2 CDs (24-bit version)
  • Mostly 4/4 (some shuffles) with some odd-time
  • Royalty-free
  • Patent-Pending organization system

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