Purchase, NY (PressExposure) October 07, 2012 -- Artists buying drum loops for their albums and singles are missing out on what really pulls a their music together. After years of using robotic sounding loops for compositions, songwriters and producers now have a viable alternative in the Keep It Simple series of real drum tracks. The tracks offer song-length real drum tracks in multi-track form, complete with fills and transitions, all royalty-free and compatible with any DAW. The creator, New York City drummer-turned Bronx music teacher Brian Doherty has released a comprehensive series of drum tracks, executed by Doherty himself in real time and in a single take. The tracks are available for download on the Products page of his website http://www.briandoherty.net
Brian Doherty is no stranger to the music business. For years he toured with They Might Be Giants and played the drums on numerous tracks for artists including M2M, Frank Black, Twyla Tharp, XTC, Madder Rose. Doherty has more than forty releases under his belt. A studio drummer with a band approach, Brian is known for his ability to get to the heart of the musical matter and play what's right for the song. Moreover, he's dedicated his career to making songs feel just right. The Keep It Simple collections are merely a reflection of Brian's work and career--simple, honest and always masterfully executed.
Keep is Simple, Volume 3 consists of over forty three minutes of unique, original and practical drum tracks perfect for any recording project. The beauty of this series is not only the simplicity of downloading purchases, but also the artist's ability to manipulate the track in any way they please. Those files can then be altered using industry standard music software like Protools, Logic or Garageband in order to fit the music perfectly.
Doherty's tracks are designed to be used by anyone recording music at every level. They are affordable, professional, and unlike anything currently on the market. Producer Michael Patzig says, "Producing a track is like building a house. You need a strong foundation; otherwise every other step will suffer. Brian is the perfect foundation for any recorded track."