Next level Rhythms!
Incorporate polyrhythmic textures with these complex rhythm techniques
Rather than creating a product for a type of genre, this time we built a product around a composition or rhythmical technique known as PolyRhythms and PolyMeters.
This product can be used as a production tool but also an educational tool for producers getting to grips with polyrhythm techniques.
Containing only MIDI, this pack includes melodic, and drum arrangements, harmonizing chord and melodic lead progressions and single drag and drop patterns, all featuring polyrhythms, polymeters and Euclidean Rhythms. The MIDI files are presented in a number of different keys and time signatures (3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/8 and 7/8) which are usable in nearly any genre, while also including pre-organised files for Techno, Trance, House, Drum and Bass and Dubstep.
These unique MIDI compositions can be used in any Tempo (BPM) to fit your production style and contains rhythmic leads, melodies, percussion and drums to explore world of polymetric, Euclidean and syncopated rhythms.
I would recommend pairing these with your favorite synthesiser or drum kit sampler, to be used in any DAW such as Ableton, Logic, Cubase and Fruity Loops to add that secret sauce to your productions.
The pack contains
- 35 Polyrhythm and polymeter Midi drum patterns and arrangements
- 51 Polyrhythm and polymeter Lead and Melodic sequences and arrangements
- 67 Euclidean Rhythms
- 18 Fundamental polyrhythm combinations
A total of 171 midi files
For existing customers
This product has now been upgraded to version 2 which is an extended version containing a Euclidean Rhythm tool kit and Fundamental polyrhythm combinations. I have reached out to our customers who have previously purchased version 1. If you have version 1 and have not received our upgrade email then please contact us to arrange a free upgrade.
Polyrhythm and polymeter compositional tutorial
For a more detailed explanation on how to create polyrhythm and polymeters using midi and audio please check out our tutorial video on YouTube.