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Spaectrum Arts debuts with Percussion Hits

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A new French sound library creator has debuted this year with Percussion Hits, an orchestral percussion library.

Percussion Hits is designed for movie, teaser and video game composers, as well as for musicians who wish to add orchestral percussion and tutti to their arrangements.

Percussion Hits includes both WAV files and a Kontakt Player, so that you can use the sounds directly in your DAW or sample player of your choice or launch the Native Instrument instrument and its built-in effects. You can adjust the pitch individually for each sound, and transpose up to 2 octaves above or below the initial tone, in order to create new textures and ambiences. 

When choosing the WAV format, it is also possible to use the Kontakt player as a browser, so that you’ll find your sound faster. Note that many sounds are available with variations (with/without cymbals, woodblocks, triangle, etc.).

Percussion Hits is available for the introductory price of $39 instead of $49 or $46.80 VAT Included instead of $58 for European customers. More info at www.spaectrumarts.com.

 

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