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    Toontrack releases the Progressive Patterns MIDI pack, a collection of drum grooves and fills by drummer Leo Margarit (Pain of Salvation).

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    This marks the second release in the company’s ongoing Metal Month campaign as well as the 114th individual title in Toontrack’s massive collection of drum MIDI for EZdrummer and Superior Drummer.

    About the Progressive Patterns MIDI pack
    A great progressive metal drummer is able to adapt to any given context, can move from pummeling power to delicate phrasing and juggle unending divisions of rhythmic patterns – all at the same time. Exactly that chameleon-like display of versatility is what Pain of Salvation drummer Leo Margarit brings to this MIDI pack.

    Featuring twelve songs in time signatures ranging from standard 4/4 all the way up to 19/16, this MIDI pack covers an amazing width and variation. Expect anything from sturdy and basic grooves to otherworldly rhythmic and percussive patterns where each measure is filled to the brim with accented, syncopated and pure rudimental drum bliss. If you’re a writer of songs that fall under the umbrella of progressive metal, heavy rock and fusion, this is the ultimate go-to for foundational raw material you can use for riff ideas, to build song parts around or simply just be inspired by. 

    Welcome to a panoramic display of power, prowess and progressive precision at its very finest.

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    FEATURE SPOTLIGHT

    • Drum grooves and fills inspired by progressive metal, heavy rock and fusion
    • More than 400 individually played files
    • Performed by drummer Leo Margarit (Pain of Salvation)
    • 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/8, 9/8, 11/8 and 19/16 in straight and/or swing feel with tempos ranging from 80 BPM to 170 BPM
    • Categorized by leading instrument (closed hats, open hats, ride, crash, china, toms, etc.)

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