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Free Drums:"$1 Bin's Drum Ensemble Vol.1": The Rising Star Gives Back with a Free Kit which Mixes both Fun and Function

The Rising Star Gives Back to the Beatmaking Community with a Free Kit which is Equal Parts Functionality and Enjoyable Quirkiness.

With credits including Zebra Katz, Ryan Hemsworth, Hucci, Aaron Cohen, KickRaux and Phlo Finister, Harlem producer $1 Bin is getting a lot of love right now.  He's garnered the attention of outlets including Hypetrak, The Source, Mechanical Dummy, Do Androids Dance, Jenesis Magazine, Native Shoes and East Village Radio; and the international single "GN$" (featuring Hucci) was recently featured on London's 107.3 FM Reprezent Radio.

A man who clearly believes in giving love back, $1 Bin celebrates these successes by releasing his first official drum kit with Jenesis Magazine, "$1 Bin's Drum Ensemble Vol.1", for free tomorrow.  

The Ensemble has a very satisfying selection of both one-shots and loops.  As well as a rewarding variety of prerequisite kicks, snares and hats, the producer throws in some quirkier sounds to help get your creativity moving in a different direction.  The left-field samples include the 'found sounds' of hair clippers and jet engines.  Rounding off the pack, the beatmaker lets loose with audio interpretations of connecting dots and other humorous noises.

This kit would be well worth checking out even with a price tag.  Whether you are looking for some industry standard and time-honoured sounds to use as the foundation of a track; or hankering for something a little different, be sure to get rummaging in "$1 Bin's Drum Ensemble Vol.1''.

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