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There are more than 10 free disco drum loops for download on this page. They act as examples to help you make new and old styles of disco drum beats. You are recommended to make your own with the beat making software.

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Free Disco Drum Loops Samples

 Audio File Title Preview Disco Loops Disco Loop Format
Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #1 .mp3
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Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #5 .mp3
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Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #9 .mp3
Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #10 .mp3
Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #11 .mp3
Free Disco Drum Beat Sample #12 .mp3
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What's Disco?

Disco is a genre of dance music. It started becoming popular from the middle to late 1970s. It had its roots in clubs that catered to African American, gay, psychedelic and other communities in New York City and Philadelphia. Disco was used as a reaction by New York City's gays as well as blacks, Latinos and heterosexuals against both the domination of rock music and dance music by the counterculture during this period.

FAQs on Disco

Who were the famous disco performers?

Answer: Well-known disco performers in late 1970s included Donna Summer, The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, Chic, and The Jacksons.

What's the differences between Disco and Funk music?

Most disco songs have a steady four-on-the-floor beat, a quaver or semi-quaver hi-hat pattern with an open hi-hat on the off-beat, and a heavy, syncopated bass line. This basic beat would appear to be related to the Dominican merengue rhythm.

The chords used in funk songs typically imply a dorian or mixolydian mode as opposed to the major or natural minor tonalities of most popular music. Melodic content was derived by mixing these modes with the blues scale. In the 1970s, jazz music drew upon funk to create a new subgenre of jazz-funk, which can be heard in 1970s recordings by Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock.

Free Disco Drum Loops License

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