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Nine Volt Audio Taiko Update

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Nine Volt Audio has released a free update to TAIKO, its multi-sampled library of Japanese drums.


TAIKO’s price has also been reduced from $149.99 to $129.99 until April 20th.

TAIKO update specifications:
  • Thirty-one new patches/multis, including the “45 Big Hits” patches, bringing TAIKO to 275+ patches/multis.
  • Over seventy-five new MIDI performances, many with up to 16 parts, spread across 12 new themes, taking TAIKO’s MIDI performance count to 150+. A matching Kontakt multi patch is included for each theme (now totaling 24), pre-mixed for out-of-the-box composing,
  • 475+ MB of additional hits and fx, bringing TAIKO to nearly 2.8 GB of content.

Pricing and Availability:
TAIKO is now available on DVD-ROM or as a download. The update has been integrated into new copies and downloads of TAIKO. Owners of TAIKO can attain the update by submitting their info on Nine Volt Audio’s contact page.

$129.99 until April 20th.

More information, video and MP3 demos at www.ninevoltaudio.com.
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