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    Got a Jam Pack and made this...
    This is just me messing around in Garageband. I can't wait to get an interface and MIDI controller. That's when the real fun will start. Let me know what you think of it. I call it B-Boy Vibe:

    b-boy vibe.mp3 - 6.07MB

    And here's one I made yesterday. I call it Conflicted Space:

    conflicted space.mp3 - 5.84MB

    Edit: For some odd reason, the whole song isn't playing through. I suggest you download it. Thanks.

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    Ohh I didn't know you could download it! Which Jam Pack did you get?

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    I got the Remix Tools. I used a few sounds in B-Boy Vibe.

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    How many loops came with it?

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    I haven't really looked into them, but the package says:

    Choose from over 2000 prerecorded loops covering different styles and tempos

    Play your choice of beat kits from over 20 distinct genres, including hip-hop, R&B, electroclash, house, trance, downtempo, and 2-step

    Incorporate authentic vintage beats from Roland drum machines, as well as actual sounds from the TR-78, TR-606, TR-808, and TR-909

    Explore and experiment with an assortment of playable synth instruments, as well as basses, pads, filters, and sweeps

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    2000? for one genre..

    wow. I need one of those!

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