Analogue Drums releases Boxer
Boxer, the new Analogue Drums library, includes instruments for Kontakt, WAV files and presets for TCI/PRS triggers.
Boxer features 3270 samples in 24-bit / 44.1kHz realized at the Sing Sing South studio in Melbourne, Australia. You’ll find sound of a 22” x 16” Premier Genista Birch kick, three 14”x7” Sonor Hilite Maple, 13”x7” Pearl Reference 20-ply Maple and 14”x5” Ludwig 70s Supraphonic snares, three 10”x8”, 12”x10” and 14”x12” Premier Genista Birch toms, 13” UFIP Natural Rough hi-hats with multiple positions, two 16” UFIP Tiger and 18” Class Brilliant crashes with various stroke positions, a 20” UFIP Bionic ride with various stroke zones, 12”/14” UFIP china and a 10” UFIP Natural 10” splash.
You’ll also find in the library 7 velocity layers, 6 round robins, 6 controllable microphone positions (close, overhead, room, Smash, Kick sub and Snare-Bottom), an eKit mode for those who use Roland V-Drum kits, a Keyboard mode for MIDI sequencing (General MIDI compatible), a sensitivity control as well as mono and multi-channel versions.
The 2.4GB (compressed) library is available for $29 at www.analoguedrums.com.
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