New Synthetic Drums From N.I.

US 32 kits and 1800 synthesized sounds      11/09/02

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NATIVE INSTRUMENTS continue to release volumes for their rather excellent Battery and Kontact soft sampler plug-ins. Following on from the last Studio Drums volume, they've now targeted the electronically inclined amongst us (well who aint?). The drum kits were developed by renowned sound designers and producers in the techno, house, drum and bass, IDM, electro, eclectic, avantgarde, and ambient genres. More than 1800 electronic drum samples provide an outstanding selection of production-ready drum sounds for electronic music. From deep-diving bass drums and punchy snares to metallic hits and weird effects, SYNTHETIC DRUMS provides a comprehensive resource for the producer and composer of any sort of electronic, pop, or dance music. All drum sounds are organized into kits that take advantage of BATTERY's velocity-layering and modulation capabilities. Additionally, each kit is also available in KONTAKT format with enhanced features such as advanced filtering and effects. The SYNTHETIC DRUMS Sample CD-ROM for BATTERY and KONTAKT includes 32 electronic drum kits with more than 1800 synthesized and processed electronic drum samples. The recommended retail price is £69,99/ $99.99 UK sales:mtsales@arbitergroup.com
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