Shake, Rattle and... Ring?

US David Oliver's Shake is a collection of 95 sampled shakers, tambourines, rattles, and bells      13/01/21

Soundiron describes David Oliver's Shake as a comprehensive collection of 95 shakers, tambourines, rattles, and bells from all over the world. They tell us that this deep and stylistically expansive sample library focuses on live performed grooves, fills, flourishes, rolls, and individually sampled hits by British instrumentalist and media composer David Oliver.

A spokesperson said, "Known for his brilliant, expressive soundtracks for award-winning programs such as the BBC and National Geographic, David has now unleashed his massive collection of drums, percussion and other rare world-instruments through Shake & Rhythmic Odyssey in collaboration with Soundiron. Shake has everything you need for your next composition with a ton of unique instruments made and improvised by David including: the bamboo rainstick shaker, mung bean shaker, cocktail stick shaker and many more. Our intuitive multi-layered modular UI allows you complete freedom to mix, layer, affect and customize each sound to your heart's content."
 
The library is built for the Free Kontakt 6 Player and is compatible with all NKS standard hardware.

Pricing and Availability:
Shake is on sale now for $49 (Regular price: $69)

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