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Beat Butcha – Pure Protein Drum Kit Vol. 2

15 Nov


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Beat Butcha is back with a follow up EXCLUSIVE drum kit to his wildly popular “Protein Kit”. The Pure Protein Drum Kit Vol. 2MORE Protein to Beef Up You Beats is the 2nd exclusive Drum Broker addition to Butcha’s well received drum kit series.

Butcha is known for his work with Danny Brown, Mac Miller, G-Unit, Mobb Deep, Prodigy, Sean Price, Lloyd Banks, Curren$y, & Mr. Probz to name a few. But more importantly Butcha is known for having some of the dopest drums in the industry and hands down one of the most talented producers in contemporary hip hop

This time, Butcha chopped this exclusive collection of drums straight from the 2-tracks of of his best work and then EQ’d & Compressed the drums to perfection. The end result is Pure Protein to Beef Up You Beats.

Kit Features:

  • 107 Custom Bass Patches
  • 108 Punchy Kicks
  • 190 Custom Snappy Snares & Claps
  • 110 Custom Hats & Percussion
  • 32 Custom Rolls & FX

Example Beats featuring these Drum Samples:

Original Breaks Beats: Dirty Arse Drum Breaks Vol. 2

10 Oct



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Oh Snap… AGAIN! The Drum Broker is bringing you some more Dirty Arse (thats Ass in British) Drum Breaks from Drummer Timmy Rickard & Monosole. If you are looking for original (royalty free) drum breaks, then you need to add Dirty Arse Drum Breaks Vol. 2 to your collection.

Digital Info:

  • Instant Digital Download
  • 98 Original Drum Breaks 16 bit WAV formats
  • Organized by BPM folders (81bpm – 119bpm)
  • Drum kit mic’d with two Coles 4038 ribbon mics for a vintage sound
  • Compatible with all major software DAWs including; Ableton Live, Apple Logic, Pro Tools, FL Studio, Propellerheads Reason, etc.
  • Compatible with all hardware samplers that accept the WAV file format; Akai MPC samplers, Roland MV8000, Yamaha samplers, etc.

Recording Chain:

  • 60′s Gretsch Drums
  • Bosphorus cymbals
  • various snare drums
  • 2x Coles 4038 ribbon mic
  • API preamp
  • RME converters
  • Cartec Audio EQP-1A
  • BAE 10DC Compressor
  • Drum sticks

Example Breaks from Dirty Arse Drum Breaks Vol.2:

DJ DN3 “The Campaign EP” Feat Drum Samples From The Drum Broker

17 Nov

Soulful hip-hop music is a way of life for DJ DN3 and the crew. He’s been holding it down as a deejay and producer from Philadelphia to California. He won first place in the Emcee Nemesis “All I Need” remix contest. Blessing us with mixes like The Milkbone Show mx01 and Sunshined The #@$% Out summer mix. DJ DN3 has been putting in work! His latest project features Drum Sample Kits from Big Noise MPC.

“My fellow Americans (and the rest of you earthlings)… Rap cats, (Mr. Miranda, Mouse Powell, and Mega Ran, and myself) recently embarked on a tour to campaign for your ears. On this campaign, I took the opportunity to create some music and ideas that would be formulated to this short EP while I was on the road. I’d like to send a very big shout out to Noiseman at Big Noise for hooking me up! Big Noise MPC (Drum Broker Affiliate) is where I coped the drum kits used to create this project’s soulful and grimy sound. All joints were produced using the very portable Native Instrument’s Maschine Mikro”.

The Music: Each beat that I composed used drum elements of Alkota’s Gems From The Crates, Illmind’s Blap-Kit Volume 1 and M-Phazes’ Dirty 30 Drum Library. I have an old soul sample library that I keep on my traveling external hard drive. This way I can come up with things on the go to complement any other plug-in VST instrument sounds I have on my laptop. Each day we were on tour, I composed a beat whenever I had the downtime to do so. Then out of all of the beats I composed, Mega Ran, Mr. Miranda, and Mouse Powell took a pick on what they wanted to write to. They all recorded the tracks after we got back from tour.

We would like to thank all those who came out to support us and The Campaign Tour, which spanned up and down the west coast. Stay tuned for our next campaign. This a free gift to all so… Enjoy ~ DJ DN³

Behind The Beats Presents – Hillprop97. Talking Akai MPC 5000

26 Sep

Digital Hustle Films – Behind The Beats series talks with Producer/Beatmaker Hillprop97. Hillprop97 demonstrates making beats using the Akai MPC 5000, talks drums & records, & much more.

Don’t sleep!

For more Digital Hustle // Behind The Beats Videos visit DigitalHustleFilms YouTube Channel


Illmind Blap Kit Vol. 2 – Example Beat

18 Sep

Beatnick Dee submitted this beat, entitled “The Heist” he produced using the Illmind Blap Kit Vol. 2 as his foundation drums. The drum kit is available from the Drum Broker website or via the link below:

New Drum Kit – The Judah Drum Kit // Sounds I Found For You

3 Sep

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As a pivotal icon in the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) Hip Hop movement, Judah has spent years refining his progressive production techniques, sound design methods, and engineering skills. Judah has crafted beats for nationally recognized artists such as Wale, Stat Quo, Tabi Bonney and collaborated with industry heavyweights on Bad Boy & Koch Records. Judah is a true independent workhorse and his drum library is a testament to his work ethic and sound selection.

We are extremely happy to release Judah’s “Sounds I Found For You” Drum Kit and believe its one of our best kits yet. Judah blesses us with 100 unique sounds from his personal drum stash. This kit features everything from rare breaks & live “Go Go” Drums to knockin kicks and snares that snap.

The sounds in this kit are perfect for stand alone use and perfect for layering & tweaking.

Kit Features:

  • 100 hand selected, sampled, and designed drum sounds
  • Sampled & Processed using an Akai MPC 3000, Akai S-20, & Ensoniq EPS for FAT Analog Character
  • Plenty to chop! Rare Breaks & Live Drums
  • Hard Hitting Kicks, Snares, & Hi-Hat/Percussion Samples
  • Excellent for stand alone use or layering

Drum Sample Torrents

1 Sep

I was scouring the good ole Future Producers forums earlier today when I came accross an interesting thread. The title was, “How many of you actually buy and use sample kits & loop packs?”

The topic is interesting to me for a few reasons.

  • A) I own and run a sound design/drum sample website
  • B) I make beats and produce music professionally.

Since my earliest days of making beats I have always supported the drum sample business by buying commercial drum kits, one of my favorite sites is I have spent hundreds thousands of dollars on dope sounds. I also sample my own drums, chop my own libraries, and design my own drums. I find creating drum sounds fullfilling and I have a passion for sound design, however, when I first started producing music I lacked the skills and knowledge required to make dope drum sounds, and thus turned to various commercial libraries. There are advantages of using drum packs are… less time digging… more time making beats. And of course, if you get your drums from the right people… less time tweaking & mixing.

Back to the topic at hand… some members of the Future Producer’s forums are appalled that people actually pay for drum samples. Why pay? When you can dig for your own sounds? Why pay when you can download the torrent? Its no secret that piracy is rampant in all facets of the music industry including the sound design business. Yes, there is alot of bullshit out there as far as drum libraries. I won’t and don’t need to name names, I think most online consumers and shoppers “Sketch Radar” starts ringing on some of these sites. But there are also some really dope sound design companies and individuals with amazing drum sounds. By paying and supporting these small, unique, niche companies you are ensuring that a fresh crop of high quality drum sounds, sample libraries, etc. are available for you to do what you do best… CREATE! The drum sample torrents floating around are chalked full of viruses and half the time they aren’t the “Official” drum sounds. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather spend my time working, creating, and making music instead of chasing knock off drum torrents.

My 2 cents

Rare Breakbeats

27 Jun

You won’t find these breaks anywhere else! Our dedicated digging team scoured the planet for these super dusty and rare break beats.

Ready to chop, loop, and layer, International Breaks 101 features 101 breaks from from the late 60’s to early 80’s. Our team assembled a comprehensive break beat kit with ultra rare gems from Russia, China, Thailand, India, Korea, Japan, Bulgaria, Turkey, France, Holland, Italy, Poland, UK, and Brazil.

If you are looking for more variety than your typical over sampled Soul Breaks, then this kit is is perfect for your production arsenal.

Don’t sleep on this kit! Download it now from:

Exclusive Interview: Stompboxx Music talking Reason 6.5, SoundClick Grinding, Mixing, & DIY Marketing/Branding

20 Jun

1. Take a second to introduce yourself to the readers who may not be familiar with Stompboxx Music.

First of all, thank you for the opportunity fam!  Stompboxx Music Group, LLC is basically myself (msimp) & SharpSoundz.  We met somewhere around ’04 while both playing in a local church together in Abilene, TX.  On the side, both of us made tracks and were always throwing around techniques and ideas together so teaming up just made sense.  We officially launched the production team Stompboxx Music in 2010. It’s been a nice ride these last 2 yrs.  We’ve had the opportunity to work & build with some artists both label-affiliated and indie; Crooked I, Kurupt, Mr. Dubie, Willie Northpole (DTP) from a label standpoint.  Also, an incredible amount of Indie talent such as Roosh Williams, Knesecary, Tory Lanez, Killa Kyleon, Doughbeezy, Add+, and a pleauthra of others.  We don’t like to name-drop.  Our motto is less talking, more beats.  -msimp

(Sharp) Thanks Alkota for this opportunity, Mike and I have been doing music together for a long time now.   I can say he’s the only producer that I’ve ever worked with this closely.  There were opportunities here and there to work with other producers, but never any real musical chemistry.  Mike and I feed off each other’s creativity, from creating beats to creating the name for our brand, Stompboxx Music.  Just for the record, Mike is the calm, collect chill one, I’m the talkative, say-what’s-on-my-mind, crazy one.   However,  we definitely balance each other out musically and we remain professional.  Not only do we call ourselves production/business partners, I can honestly say that he’s one of my closet friends in the world.  Production duo’s normally don’t last too long, but we’ve managed to keep going by doing one thing, and that’s being honest with each other when it involves potential business moves, beat critiques, or a simple “I didn’t like what you said about my beat”.  Mike mentioned a few indies we’ve worked with, we’ve also worked with Grammy-Nominated writer Jeff Nortey, Young-X with Midsouth Music and Tawn P.

Alkota: I frequently see questions from up and coming producers (beatmakers) on various production forums (,,, etc.) that want to know if having a Soundclick Page is worth the time, money, and effort to promote and sell their beats. We’ve all heard the success stories and I personally know producers who do well selling beats on Soundclick. That being said, Stompboxx Music has an exceptional Soundclick Page and presence. 


Illmind Blap Kit Vol. 2

12 Jun

Producer Illmind is preparing to drop his follow up drum kit to the Blap Kit Vol.1, the Blap Kit Vol. 2. Illmind Fans, Drum Heads, and Producers should be anxiously  awaiting this kit! If you haven’t downloaded the Blap Kit Vol.1, do yourself a favor and get it here.

The Illmind Blap Kit Vol. 2 is available EXCLUSIVELY from & direct from Illmind himself.