That Sound – Drumline (WAV, ABLETON, REASON, EXS24, MACHiNE, BATTERY)

By | June 11, 2018

 

Publisher : That Sound
Website : iwantThatsound
Format : WAV
Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description : Dense marching snares, atonal bass drums, hand plates and everything else you need to deliver the drum kit to the next studio session. The search for samples and loops of the drum-trained troops is over. We will explain. This library is not only for songs like “Hollaback Girl” Gwen Stefani, although there is nothing wrong with these songs. No no.
Drumline was created for music producers to compose with a piercing, definite articulation of a real drum military corps. This library gives hip-hop and pop producers ammo to “boost” the energy level of their tracks. We worked long hours with 7-times world champions Music City Mystique.
And we stayed with a collection of multi-bass sample, mixed in a natural way and with a big width, so it seems that you are standing in a room with a real drum set. Inside you will find live performances recorded both in groups and in the form of separate parts (bass drum, snare, tenor snare, plates). Mix and match these pieces to create endless combinations of your own unique drum loops. You will also find loops in different styles and tempos and ready-to-use digital sets.

Content:
SAMPLES
916 total one-shot and multiple velocity samples, 5 tonal basses with hard and puffy mallets (individual and group hits), 12 articulations of marching snare group samples, tenor quads with hard and puffy mallets in multiple articulations, 11 articulation of hand cymbals
LOOPS
400 + individual song loops, 700 + individual rudiment loops, tempos ranging from 70 – 160 bpms, all in both .rex and .wav formats. Loops come in as both full arrangements and individual stems to that you can mix and match to customize your own loops.
PRESETS
Ableton, Reason, EXS24, Battery 4, and Maschine 2.

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