Sample Logic has released DRUM FURY, which they describe as an extensive 11 GB collection of over 100 apocalyptic KONTAKT drum instruments. They tell us that DRUM FURY was recorded at multiple locations; from the legendary scoring stage at Skywalker studios to cavernous spaces including churches and auditoriums. Here's more details in their own words...
This is epic cinematic percussion at its finest, featuring multi-sampled performances that have been captured and programmed to perfection. A world of percussion awaits you, from thunderous Taiko ensembles to one of the most extensive collections of Tom instruments available. DRUM FURY crashes onto the scene to redefine epic drum libraries with a bold and characterful sound. This collection sports an intuitive user interface with simplicity at the core, allowing you to get straight to the good stuff without excessive clicking.
DRUM FURY combines exceptional content with streamlined creativity, sporting an intuitive user interface for fast and easy performance. The idea was to create interface controls around simplicity yet with the essential tools to instantly shape the sound to your liking. The connection between you and your drums has never been more direct as DRUM FURY takes a streamlined approach with user experience at the forefront. Explore the organic acoustic sound without losing your way in the interface. Tailored sound shaping parameters within the main window give you enough control for broad-stroke scoring while the pop-up menus allow you to dive deep into EQ, Compression, Delay and Reverb.
- 113 instruments
- 10.64 GB Sample Content / 35,149 Samples
- Powerful Mastering Tools via Energizer and Polisher
- Entirely streamlined interface
- Built for full Kontakt retail 5.8.1 or higher
- Essential parameter controls to shift keymap range to stack multiple instruments and create custom ensembles
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory price of $99.99 (normally $199.99)
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