#1
I am thinking on using AmpliTube to do some basic guitar recording and overlays. Any idea where I can get some good drum tracks (mp3) to use?
#2
I don't know any places off the top of my head, since I make my own, but there are a ton out there. One tip: don't use mp3 files, find a nice high-quality wav file, it will sound infinitely better, especially if you adjust the speed at all.
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#3
OOOH, good thing to know. Thanks Sid!

I also came across wikiloops and they seem to be a good resource for all things backing. It's all I found right now
Last edited by rcapilli at Sep 4, 2014,
#4
Quote by rcapilli

I also came across wikiloops


boom, theres your answer. Search for "Dafunkydrummer"
#5
.wav tracks are probably a better option. What is your DAW software? You already might have some.

Drums on demand is usually a good source:
drumsondemand.com

Betamonkey:
http://www.betamonkeymusic.com/Specials-DBMV+VI-Combo.html

Sony Acid:
http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/loop_libraries/

Alternately, you can get say a free drum machine software like Hydrogen and load midi loops off the web.

There are some free ones here in pretty much every genre:
http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/sampleradar-13154-free-sample-downloads-217833