AFRICAN DUNDUN DRUM OF NIGERIA
A Dunun is the generic name for a family of West African bass drums that developed alongside the djembe in the Mande drum ensemble. It is not to be confused with the dundun, theYoruba name of the West African talking drum. There are different sizes of dunduns, ranging from 25 to 60 cm. Basing on the size, construction technique and tuning, there are different names for each type of dundun. Some of the most often used names are konkoni, kenkeni, sangban, dununba, djeli-dun, etc.
There are two primary playing styles for dununs. The traditional style has each player using a single drum resting on its side, either on the floor or on a stand, and striking the head with one mallot and a bell mounted on top with the other. A melody is created across the interplay of the three dununs. For the other style, known as ballet style as it is used in the National Ballets, one player has command of the three dununs standing on the floor, allowing a more complex arrangement for the dance.
There are wide variations on how the dunun is played throughout West Africa. In Mali they are sometimes played with just one dunun and a bell that is held in the hand.
ALL GENERE AND SYLE COLLECTION . SO THESE LOOPS CAN BE USED WITH ANY FORM OF MUSIC
AFRICAN DUNDUN 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.
DUNDUN DRUM part -1 330 loops
1.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -1
2.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -2
3.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -3
4.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -4
5.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -5
6.DUNDUN DRUM 1 Volume -6
DUNDUN DRUM part -2 300 loops
1.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -7
2.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -8
3.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -9
4.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -10
5.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -11
6.DUNDUN DRUM 2 Volume -12
The loops are compatible with most of the sequencers.
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