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drumbeat

the sound made by beating a drum
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Yes, there's a folky feel to much of what they do and plenty of four-to-the-floor kick drum beats, but there are also elements of pop, country and rock in a sound that's impossible to pigeon-hole.
BeatBuddy is a compact, yet very powerful unit that allows musicians to trigger Rista's rock-solid, studio-quality drum beats and fills at the press of a pedal, anytime, anywhere.
The one that really spurred me on is the latest, "Let's put a Casio drum beat behind an old song" carve-up by some outfit called Supermode.
1934), another "Cities" poem, illustrates a chief reason why this Black Wilde resided in Morocco during the early 1930s: "African drum beat, oriental song, / Salome-sensual dance of jeweled boys" (227).
It baffles me that anyone could be unable to see the connections between the US-led war in Iraq, the descent of Iraq into anarchy, the drum beat for war against Iran and our Prime Minister's unholy alliance with George W Bush and his sidekicks, such as Condoleezza Rice.
The Pow Wow goes on through all hours of the day and night and lasts for several days with the drum beat never stopping.
ATOMIC KITTEN: The Tide Is High (Virgin) - Still no sign of that new drum beat.
For the final exam part Vincent played his own composition on a didgeridoo set to a drum beat played one of his friends.
Baptist Church," builds upon the foundation of a New Orleans second-line drum beat.
Driven by a dramatic drum beat and quick cuts, each spot opens in a casino, complete with beautiful people and upscale decor.
Bands were only permitted to sound a single drum beat as they passed St Patrick's Church on Donegall Street in North Belfast.
You can change around the drum beat to fit what you've recorded, and re-record parts until the song comes together.