AFRICAN DEJEMBE ( goat skin ) DRUM
A djembe is a skin-covered hand drum shaped like a large goblet and meant to be played with bare hands.
It is a member of the membranophone family of musical instruments: a frame or shell (in the djembes case it is a wood shell) covered by a membrane or drumhead made of rawhide or some other material. Djembes are commonly about 12" (30 cm) in diameter and 24" (60 cm) in height, varying a few inches. They can also be found in many smaller sizes, from 5" (13 cm) to 18" (46 cm) in diameter. As a result of the goblet shape, the density of the wood, the internal carvings, and the skin, there is a wide range of tones that can be produced by the djembe. The rounded shape with the extended tube of the djembe body forms a device known in physics as a Helmholtz resonator, giving it its deep bass note. The primary notes are generally referred to as "bass", "tone", and "slap", though a variety of other tones can also be produced by advanced players. The slap has a high and sharp sound, the tone is more round and full, and the bass is low and deep.
ALL GENERE AND SYLE COLLECTION . SO THESE LOOPS CAN BE USED WITH ANY FORM OF MUSIC
AFRICAN DEJEMBE DRUM created by Dr.Rak Nash Nura and his percussion team.
There are 600 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.
DEJEMBE DRUM part -1 330 loops
1.DEJEMBE DRUM 1 Volume -1
2.DEJEMBE DRUM 1 Volume -2
3.DEJEMBE DRUM 1 Volume -3
4.DEJEMBE DRUM1 Volume -4
5.DEJEMBE DRUM 1 Volume -5
6.DEJEMBE DRUM 1 Volume -6
DEJEMBE DRUM part -2 300 loops
1.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -7
2.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -8
3.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -9
4.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -10
5.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -11
6.DEJEMBE DRUM 2 Volume -12
The loops are compatible with most of the sequencers.
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