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Samba Drum Machine Loop

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Samba drum machine poop. Brazilian samba rhythm. Created with vintage drum machine Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-3 drum machine (1967). Download free drum loops WAV. Commercial use allowed. Download for free "Samba Drum Machine Loop" WAV file has bitrate 16 bit / 44.100, size 728 kilobytes and length 00:06 seconds:

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Drum machine - what is it?

What is a drum machine? The device, whose name sounds the same in both English and Russian, is an ordinary electronic type module that simulates the operation of a drum kit. Do not confuse a drum machine with electronic drums - two different things. In the first case, wide buttons or pads are pressed to produce sound. In the second, classic drumsticks are used.

An excellent sound card built into the drum machine and a productive processor with powerful RAM are responsible for the quality of the imitation. Inside and outside the device, in addition:

tone generators with a full range of sounds of all known drums and percussion;

the already mentioned pads that allow you to fill any part in manual mode;

built-in sequencer that allows you to edit the recorded;

enough memory to store many rhythmic patterns or, as they are also called, patterns.

Silent history

In fact, the drum machine was invented a long time ago. So much so that even incandescent bulbs at that time were not known to everyone. It happened as early as 1930. The first drum machine was primitive and not very functional, but this did not stop it from being actively used at dance events of that time. Waltz, tango and even swing danced to the drum machine. But the true popularity of the device came in the 1980s. It was a real explosion of electronic music.

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