If you’re looking to maintain interest throughout your track, you can’t go wrong with a classic drum fill…
In modern music production, fills can be created with a huge array of sound sources, one of my favourites being toms. Here you want to load up a drum rack of different toms samples, duplicate one of those samples across your MIDI editor, randomise it, then record…
The outcome will be a randomly-generated toms pattern which you can then sample to use a drum fill!
And the beauty of this technique is that you can load up your drum rack with different drum types, or sounds that you already know fit the vibe of your track so you can quickly generate something that works.
The possibilities are endless!
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