Pearl DLX Drum Kit Sampled

US Soundiron releases David Oliver's Drum Kit      01/07/22

Soundiron has released David Oliver's Drum Kit which they say captures the sounds of a Pearl DLX drum kit recorded at The Whitehouse Studios in the UK. The library is built for the free Kontakt Player version 6.2.2 or later. A spokesperson told us, "The Pearl DLX was originally played and endorsed by the legendary Jazz drummer Art Blakey. It has a vintage and versatile sound that's suitable for multiple genres and styles of music. With an extensive array of meticulously recorded drum articulations, you'll be able to craft realistic performances from swingin' Jazz to Funk and Rock styles effortlessly."

David Oliver said, "This drum kit is a true legend. It's a vintage Pearl DLX kit which was made in the late 1980's. When I first discovered this stunning kit in deep Sequoia Red lacquer with it's distinctive resonant clear and punchy sound it was love at first sight and still play it today."

Pricing and Availability:
On sale until July 12th for $79 (MSRP $99)

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