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Jazz Drums - Volume 1

Sample Pack (WAV format)

  • $24.00

Jazz Drums Volume 1 gives you the swingin’, classic-sounding building blocks you need to put together truly authentic-sounding jazz tracks with ease. Covering styles including big band, bebop, hard bop, 1930s swing, gypsy jazz, ballads, and more, our loops focus on doing the basics, and doing them right. These loops will give your tracks a solid foundation that you can take in any creative direction you want.

The Recordings

We recorded a veteran pro drummer playing a vintage jazz drum kit (Leedy & Ludwig 1953 Broadway Model snare, Ludwig Jazz-ette bass drum, vintage Istanbul and Zildjian cymbals). The kit was recorded using coveted classic gear, including original Neumann tube U47, RCA 77DX and Altec microphones, vintage API mic pres and authentic Pultec EQs.

The Mixes

Each sample is presented with two mix options: classic and vintage. The classic mix is inspired by the legendary Blue Note and Impulse recordings of the 1960s, but is clean-enough for modern productions as well. The vintage mix is a distressed-sounding mono option using a blend of only two mics: a mono Neumann tube 47 overhead and a RCA room mic. This mix is perfect for recreating the sounds of long-lost 78s — and for samplists looking to add some vintage vibe to their productions.

What’s included

For each tempo, we provide multiple variations that can be combined together to build a full and cohesive performance. Numerous intros, endings, and fills are also included.


- Two mix options for every sample (classic, vintage)
- Basic patterns with lots of variations (hi-hat, ride, brushes), fills, intros, endings
- Vintage drums and cymbals recorded with classic Neuman and RCA microphones
- Compatible with all major DAWs (Ableton, Logic, Cubase, ProTools, GarageBand, Studio One, Reaper, FL Studio 20)


Size:700MB +
Range:110 BPM - 245 BPM
Loops:500 +
One-shots:25 +
Resolution:24-bit 44.1kHz
Instruments:drums, brushes
Made for:composers, producers, samplists, crate-diggers
Sounds like:Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Philly Joe Jones, Jimmy Cobb