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ToneBuilder has announced that it has expanded its Driven Machine Drums sample library with new sounds and effects.

All current and future DMD users receive this complimentary bonus content:
  • DMD-X (Driven Machine Drums Extreme) features 144 new drum sounds, all created with more intense settings of the analog processing hardware.
  • DMD-FX contains a collection of effects encoded exclusively for the included free Nebula player.
o Demetri RVRB: 10 Spring reverbs captured from a high-end spring reverb unit. Every possible setting was captured and is included. This is a similar process to convolution reverb, except Nebula is dynamic. There are 30 layers of samples for multiple input levels, so ringing of the springs increases as the input also increases.
o 3DREV: These two custom reverbs are based on real spaces, with additional processing to increase the depth perception. One is a vocal chamber, the other is a drum room.
o VNTG RVRB: Two vintage plate effects, combined with tubes. Perfectly suited for use on DMD snares.
o DAFT FLTR: A 12dB SEM low-pass filter.
o ROGUE 2+4: Two 24dB low-pass filters.
o X464 FLTRS: Includes a 12dB high-pass filter, band-pass filter, and low-pass filter.

NOTE: The included Nebula player is for Windows VST only. A link to a beta for Mac users is included. The full Mac release is coming soon, at which point the FX programs will be comprehensively supported.

Driven Machine Drums now features 1,828 sounds at 24-bit resolution and a complete effects collection. It is available in two packages:
  • Driven Machine Drums (26 Guru Kits, 24bit Wav + 24bit Aif) $77.
  • Driven Machine Drums Deluxe (Kontakt, EXS-24, 24bit Wav/Aif) $87.

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