latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

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ring (Simon Slowik)
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latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

Post by ring (Simon Slowik) » Tue Aug 30, 2011 9:32 am

Hi guys,

does anybody know a collection of latin styles as midi clips similar to the clips that come with the latin percussion?

I like them but they are pretty few, hm?!

I don't mind wether they are free or commercial.

thank you,
simon

UncleAge
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Re: latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

Post by UncleAge » Tue Aug 30, 2011 10:03 pm

Check out Groove Monkee's World Beat MIDI pak. Might have some worthwhile stuff in there.

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Re: latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

Post by BlackMath » Wed Aug 31, 2011 4:00 am

Extract groove from Miami Soundmachine Records

Come on baby do that conga

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Re: latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

Post by tw1nstates » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:52 pm

There's not a lot

I was on about this a while back.

Instead I just bit the bullet and ordered a few different music books (it's actually pretty easy to read drum notation)

Get your 1 e and ah 2 eh and ah on :)

All the ones I have ever found have been pretty rubbish - much in the same way that loops and stuff seem to be - over played and not right for modern electronic music...
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ring (Simon Slowik)
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Re: latin midi grooves (extending Latin Percussion)

Post by ring (Simon Slowik) » Fri Sep 02, 2011 10:08 am

Thank you guys a lot!

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