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The Drum Broker, Stix and Thelonious Martin 'The NBA Jampack Part 1'

NEWS: New drum sample pack from producers Alkota AKA The Drum Broker, Stix and Thelonious Martin

From the guys over at The Drum Broker: 'Stix (Official Artist/Drummer for Sabian Cymbals and Ludwig Drums & Drummer for Chance The Rapper) is back with the 5th installment in his Stix - Jampack Series, this time enlisting production & sound design curation from Hip Hop Producer & close friend Thelonious Martin (Smoke DZA, Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa, Curren$y, Joey Badass)'.

Kit Highlights & Features:
  • 162 ORIGINAL Sounds including all original Breaks & One Shots performed, recorded and engineered by Stix & Thelonious Martin.
  • Pre-Produced using various effects, signal chains, and analog outboard gear 
  • Perfect for layering and mixing with existing sounds.
  • Chop from Live Breaks or using existing one-shot samples for your production 
  • Cole Ribbon Mic -> Analog Signal Chain (3-Mic's)
"What better way to make a drum pack (for producers) than with a producer?" - Stix

Check how 'The NBA Jampack Part 1' sounds below. For more info visit: The Drum Broker.

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