First Middle Eastern Drummer As a Virtual Instrument

First Middle Eastern Drummer as a Virtual Instrument

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Volko Alaturka Drum is the first virtual instrument drummer which can play middle eastern rhythms automatically. It was announced at 13 January 2011 Kvr Audio News Item. It was reviewed by Paolo Tonelli on Audio Video Music Magazine in Italy. Review The review highlights: "A plug-in which was created recently from a country of great cultural and historical importance, famous with its natural beauties and which is a bridge between east and west." "A complete plug-in equipped with various styles, colors, imagination and music taste which is able to introduce us many new ideas." "Plug-in which is dedicated to the traditional rhythms of middle east." In 2013 May, audiofanzine website reviewed Volko Alaturka Drum in The Best Virtual Drums list. Here is the words: "Volko Alaturka Drum is quite special: it allows you to incorporate rhythms from the Middle East and North Africa into your songs, but with a somewhat "western" sound. Specially noteworthy are the two Gretsch kits (900 MB of samples with 10 velocity layers per sample), as well as the drag 'n' drop ability for sequencers, the humanizing functions and the processing (reverb, limiter). And let's not forget that it is compatible with VST, AU and RTAS under Windows and OS X. Price: $119."

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Paul English (drummer)

Paul English (November 6, 1932 - February 11, 2020) was Willie Nelson's longtime drummer who started playing with him in Fort Worth in 1955, although he did not become Nelson's regular drummer until 1966. In the years in between he played with Delbert McClinton among others. In the early days, one of his duties was to serve as a strong armed collection agent for overdue payments from club owners for the band. He was the husband of second wife, Janie English. English was the titular "Paul" of the Willie Nelson album Me and Paul as well as the title track of that album. English had a role in Nelson's movie Red Headed Stranger (1986). English joined Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, and Neil Young as the first members of Farm Aid's board of directors in 1985, and he served as the organization's treasurer for many years. English died on February 11, 2020, after a bout of pneumonia, at the age of 87.

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Which genre of music do you think has the best drummers ?

hard classic rock....i wouldnt say heavy metal cuz thats just hitting random stuff. but old, hard rock, like Led Zeppelin, or ACDC has the BEST me

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Two Little Drummer Boys

Two Little Drummer Boys is a 1928 British silent comedy film directed by G. B. Samuelson and starring Georgie Wood, Derrick De Marney and Alma Taylor. The film was based on the 1899 play Two Little Drummer Boys by Walter Howard and was shot at Southall Studios. It was produced by Mancunian Films. .

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Steve Williams (jazz drummer)

Stephen Edward Williams (born January 7, 1956) is an American jazz drummer

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Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy

"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" (sometimes titled "The Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth") is a Christmas song with an added counterpoint performed by English singer-songwriter David Bowie and American singer Bing Crosby. "The Little Drummer Boy" is a Christmas song written in 1941, while the "Peace on Earth" tune and lyrics, written by Ian Fraser, Larry Grossman, and Alan Kohan, were added to the song specially for Bowie and Crosby's recording. The single saw commercial success upon its release in 1982 and peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. The single became one of Bowie's best selling in his career, with total estimated sales over 400,000 in the UK alone. The song has since become a Christmas classic in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom and has been referred to by The Washington Post as "one of the most successful duets in Christmas music history". In 2008, a rerecorded version by Aled Jones and Terry Wogan-under the name "Bandaged"-was released by Warner Home Music as part of BBC Children in Need Appeal 2008. This version also reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, topping the Scottish Singles Chart in the process.

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Willie Jones (drummer)

William "Willie" Jones, Jr. (October 20, 1929 - April 1991) was a jazz drummer. He is known for playing and recording with Thelonious Monk, Elmo Hope, and Charles Mingus.

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