SoulviaSound has released Pathfinder, a post produced vinyl drum library with additional scratch banks, designed for Maschine and Battery owners.
SoulviaSound bought some different unreleased radio promotion discs from the 80's - 90's, second hand vinyls sampled through a Class-A RIAA preamplifier and an 2 x API 7600 Channel Strip into Pro Tools.
The kits are prepared for Maschine and Battery. For Maschine the scratches banks are mapped for keyboard like a normal Maschine instrument. The audio demos are made with Pathfinder and REDD (only where you hear synths) into Maschine, without extra processing.
This library contains:
- 10 drum kits.
- 4 Scratch Banks (49 keys for every bank).
- 400 samples (24/44).
You can use it for styles such as Hip Hop, Dubstep, Pop, Electro or other retro modern combinations.
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