AFRICAN KPANLOGO DRUM LOOPS
Kpanlogo is a type of drum that is associated with kpanlogo music. The drum originates from the Ga people of the Greater Accra Region in Ghana, West Africa.
Kpanlogo drums are a part of the membranophone family of musical instruments; a shell covered by a drumhead made of one of many products, usually rawhide. The drum has a tapered body carved from a single piece of wood that is similar in shape to a conga. The drumhead is typically made from goat, antelope, or cow skin that is stretched over one end of the drum and is tightened through the use of six wooden pegs. The skin can be tightened by tapping the pegs into the drum. Kpanlogo may be played with sticks, bare hands, or a combination of the two.
Kpanlogo are traditionally played by an ensemble of drummers, often in sets of six kpanlogo drums of varied size. Djembe, dunun, and cowbell usually accompany the kpanlogo.
The Kpanlogo drum as with other African drums were used as a form of communication as they could be heard clearly over large distances.
The Kpanlogo drum played such a central theme in many of the important ceremonies that it became known as the ceremonial drum.
ALL GENERE AND SYLE COLLECTION . SO THESE LOOPS CAN BE USED WITH ANY FORM OF MUSIC
AFRICAN KPANLOGO 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.
KPANLOGODRUM part -1 330 loops
1.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -1
2.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -2
3.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -3
4.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -4
5.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -5
6.KPANLOGO DRUM 1 Volume -6
KPANLOGO DRUM part -2 300 loops
1.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -7
2.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -8
3.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -9
4.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -10
5.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -11
6.KPANLOGO DRUM 2 Volume -12
The loops are compatible with most of the sequencers.
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