SOUTH AMERICAN TIMBALES
ALL GENERE AND SYLE COLLECTION . SO THESE LOOPS CAN BE USED WITH ANY FORM OF MUSIC
Timbales are shallow single-headed drums with metal casing, invented in Cuba. They are shallower in shape than single-headed tom-toms, and usually much higher tuned. The player uses a variety of stick strokes, rim shots, and rolls on the skins to produce a wide range of percussive expression during solos and at transitional sections of music, and usually plays the shells of the drum or auxiliary percussion such as a cowbell or cymbal to keep time at other parts of the song.
The shells are referred to as el cáscara (the Spanish word for shell) which is also the name of a rhythmic pattern common in salsa music that is played on the shells of the timbales to keep time.
The shells are usually made of metal but some manufacturers offer shells made of maple and other woods. The heads are light and tuned fairly high for their size.
Timbales is also the French word for timpani, thus the French refer to Cuban timbales as timbales latines. In fact, timbales (as the term is now used) were first used in the early 20th century charangas as a replacement for the standard timpani (kettle drums) used in the older
form of Cuban orchestras known as típicas.
SOUTH AMERICAN TIMBALES created by Dr.Rak Nash Nura and his percussion team.
There are 625 + loops in 6 divisions. They are a mixtures of all genere and fillins.
The beats are a bit weird and wacky .This was done intentionally.
Drum beats were mixed with bass of different varieties .
The loops are created in 44,100 Hz, 16 Bit, Stereo PCM wave format.
TIMBALES loops part -1 300 loops
1.TIMBALES loops Volume -1
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6.PANDIEROloops Volume -6
TIMBALESloops part -2 330 loops
1.TIMBALES 2 loops Volume -7
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6.TIMBALES 2 loops Volume -12
The loops are compatible with most of the sequencers.
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