Are different DnB drum loops fall under some specific category?

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  1. Dr_apocalipsis

    Dr_apocalipsis Dr_apocalipsis

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    I'm not sure about this, but I've heard a lot of different tricks and patterns in the drum loops and I thought is there something like categorizing of those different types... (not in terms of kick drum, snare, hi hat etc.)

    In another words, is there categorizing of different dnb drum loops?

    You know, when you hear some cool loop over and over again in different tracks?
     
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    Catsel Well-Known Dismember

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  3. Dr_apocalipsis

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    In another words, is there categorizing of different dnb drum loops?
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    in a sense, yes, cos the different breaks have names. so amen edits and doggone edits and tighten up edits and so on, but thats about as much of a classification i can think of. they dont fall under genre, there is no such thing as a techstep or liquid drums
     
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    just by the name of the original song the break came from although some famous cuts have their own names (e.g. tramen)
     
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    the soulpride break has always been a favourite of mine.

    got rinsed in the jungle though.