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Sonic Specialists QUAKE out now

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Download The Sonic Specialists' new drum sample kit entitled Quake - Earth Shattering Drum Samples.

The all new Drum Kit “QUAKE” drum sample library is focused on hip-hop, trap, twerk, and other modern bass centered genres that require tight and deep bass kicks.
This pack contains over 150 high quality 44.1kHz 24-Bit Stereo WAV files ready for your favorite DAWs, including: FL Studio, Cubase, Logic Pro X, Ableton, Garageband, and any other music making programs.  
 

CONTENTS: Kicks 15, Snares 15, Claps 15, Bass Drops 9, Closed Hats 15, Open Hats 15, Percussion 20, Shakers 15, Grunts 08, Crashes 09, SFX 14

QUAKE Volume 1 is $49.95 as an instant download, available exclusively at SonicSpecialists.com.

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