If you’re new to using drumless tracks, you might want to begin with the Bass Grooves on Volume 2. There is less orchestration on them, and they are composed in various styles, which makes them perfect for beginners or for anyone wanting to add other instruments to the mix. It’s also great for practice or experimentation without the distraction of added instrumentation.
For Jazz lovers, there’s Volume 4: Baby Steps to Giant Steps, with songs that range from a slow 100 bpm all the way up to 310 bpm. Volume 8: Denny’s Mix, featuring the smooth jazz of Denny Jiosa. And Volume 9: Burnin’ with Bernie, which features drumless versions of all of the songs on Bernhard Lackner’s debut album “Those Days.”
Rock drummers will feel right at home with Volume 3: Rockit Science, featuring traditional modern rock, Volume 5: Double Pedal Metal (the name says it all!), Volume 7: Playin’ the Odds, a specialty album featuring only odd time tracks, or Volume 10: Prog Metal X, with multi-version tracks inspired by monster drummers like Mike Portnoy, Charlie Benante, Neil Peart and Jason Bittner.
Volume 3: Messin’ Wid Da Bull features enough addictive 70′s funk to satisfy the funkiest of funky drummers!
And if you’re looking to train a specific type of drum skill, you’ll want to check out The Test of Time to perfect your timing, Volume 4: Baby Steps to Giant Steps to work up your speed, and Volume 7: Playin’ the Odds for practicing with odd times.
This is my first time using drumless tracks, I got volume 1 and 2. It helps a lot to be able to play with something without hearing the other drummers drums. Some of the songs are very easy and some are harder that i can't do yet. Challenge is good, but i'm glad there's some I can do now.
I got all of them. The songs are well made with excellent production. I practice with these almost every day - mostly the rock stuff. But all of the styles are fun to mess around with. P.S. Spence can you do styles like Three Days Grace or Breaking Benjamin?