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carlcaulkett
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Where is the Drum'n'Bass?

Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:07 am

Is it my imagination or are there no Drum'n'Bass Apple Loops to be found within Logic Pro X?

I'm slightly concerned about the missing category in the bottom right hand corner of this panel...

Surely Apple could not have overlooked one of the most important and significant music genre's of the last 40 years!

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Re: Where is the Drum'n'Bass?

Tue Sep 11, 2018 10:50 am

carlcaulkett wrote:
Is it my imagination or are there no Drum'n'Bass Apple Loops to be found within Logic Pro X?

I'm slightly concerned about the missing category in the bottom right hand corner of this panel...

Surely Apple could not have overlooked one of the most important and significant music genre's of the last 40 years!

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Why not just use Ultrabeat's either of the two Drum & Bass kit's it has?
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Re: Where is the Drum'n'Bass?

Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:10 pm

Yes I've seen and tried those. I was just hoping for slightly more extensive coverage of Drum'n'Bass.

I've actually found about 100 items by searching "DnB" - quite why Apple didn't think to create a separate genre for DnB while they did for, say, Chillwave, escapes me.
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Re: Where is the Drum'n'Bass?

Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:04 pm

carlcaulkett wrote:
Yes I've seen and tried those. I was just hoping for slightly more extensive coverage of Drum'n'Bass.

Remember too, that both kits have some preset patterns which you can drag and drop onto the Ultrabeat track.
From there you can further modify it as well.
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