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    Can I use software for drums???

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    Right now I record all my songs by myself and use the drum ryhthms in my keyboard for the drum parts. I have my keyboard plugged into my interface so I just set the tempo and let the drum preset in the keyboard play for a couple bars and then I loop that. However it doesn't sound too good...are there programs, like Virtual Instruments, that I can choose a tempo and style or something for drums to record?
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    Use Reason.

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    All and All your just another brick in the wall.

    (Ahem.)

    You'll find many drum-oriented software packages and plugins here.
    ...now in HD.

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    Wow...i never looked at what that said before lol, that's horrible. I fixed it. I copied that from a lyrics site, blame them! lol.

    I've been to that site before..they have these drum synths and stuff, but those you have to play yourself. I'm looking more along the lines of just picking the temp etc etc and it gives you a part you can use for a drum track...like loops I guess.
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    Then buy a CD of sampled drum loops if you don't want to make your drum synths.

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    This may be what you're looking for...
    ...now in HD.

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    Ok. I'm just talking about when I'm recording by myself for fun. I have a real drummer when I record with my band...just to clarify that...
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    Whoa, that's awesome scientist. I'll check that out. thanks
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