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Drum Werks announced the release of a new bass drum samples library for a range of rock, hard rock, alt rock, and metal styles.

 

The Studio B Kick Drum Sample Library offers a kick drum sample collection of DW, Pearl, Premier, and Tama kick drums.

 

Studio B Kick Drum Sample Library Features:

  • 9 unique kick sample sets featuring DW, Pearl, Premier, and Tama kick drums
  • 691 multi-velocity samples, 580 MB total in the entire Studio B Kick Drum Library
  • 24-bit, 44.1khz stereo kick drum samples
  • Variety of tunings, from “dry and aggressive, thick and punchy, to open and resonant, ” according to DW
  • Styles: rock, hard rock, alt rock, pop, and metal
  • Use in various DAWs (ProTools, Cubase, Sonar, ACID), software sampler (Battery, Kontakt), sequencing program (FL Studio, iDrum) or drum replacement software (Drumagog, Slate Trigger).

 

Pricing & Availability:

The entire Studio B Kick Drum Sample Library is available as an instant download for $14.99 or individual kicks starting at $2.99.

 

To listen and learn more: www.drumwerks.com

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