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  • tim weaver
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    Responses to the above from Toontrack would be….appreciated…

    tim weaver
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    tim weaver
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    Where can i get actual midi files to match Ringo’s playing? Toontrack definitely doesn’t offer anything close.

    tim weaver
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    well i caved and bought the 60’s pop groove midi tracks and the soul grooves. Seriously disappointed in all of the files. They use the description and plug in names like 60’s era musicians: “Pop and rock players like Bobby Orr, Mick Avory, Keith Moon, Levon Helm, Charlie Watts, Mitch Mitchell, Ringo Starr and others in many ways rewrote the role the drums used to have in a pop or rock song. “But in actuality, they really suck. the only two straight 4/4 tracks are named “sloppy Tequila, and satisfied jack. That’s it. There are hundreds of variations but all with the same two names only. There is no artist grooves at all. fifty bucks for nothing.For the ballad 4/4 the only tracks are all named Pale Angie, and none are basic 4/4 grooves from that era.

    • This post was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by tim weaver.
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