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Plughugger has released TR-SONIQ, a new sample library for Geist, Guru, Maschine, Akai MPC and WAV formats.

TR-SONIQ is a sound library of Roland TR909, TR606, and TR808 drum machines “colliding sonically with a refurbished Ensoniq DP/4 effects unit, ” according to PH.

 

The classic drum machines from Roland are processed by SSL consoles, Distressors or software compressors and distortion units such as Sonalksis TBK3 and Ohm Force Ohmicide.

 

“With TR-SONIQ Plughugger has given the old Roland drum sounds full treatment, building new processing chains from scratch, sampling the results and finally converting and dithering them into 16 bit samples that can be used with practically any hard- or software sampler, ” the company says. The library consists of 318 separate samples all organized into categories. There are also ten pre-made drum kits for FXpansion Geist and Guru, Native Instruments Maschine and Akai MPC.

 

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TR-SONIQ costs 5.90 EUR.

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