A BFD drum ReFill for Reason
Nucleus Soundlab and FXpansion collaborate again on the BFD Jazz and Funk three-drum kit ReFill for the Propellerhead Reason DAW.
BFD Jazz and Funk features 4.75 GB of samples from three drum kits played with sticks and brushes and recorded at the Omega Studios in Maryland, USA. The drums were sampled with 16 velocity layers, round robins and you can mix 3 to 5 mic positions.
The collection includes 63 NN-XT patches with 5 kicks, 14 snares, 21 toms, 18 cymbals and 5 hi-hats ; you’ll also find 71 Combinator and more than 1,900 MIDI drum loops. A lite version for each patch is also available.
BFD Jazz and Funk is available at nucleus-soundlab.com for the introductory price of $74 instead of $99 until June 2nd. A demo version can also be downloaded.
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