Ultimate Sound Bank Percussion Store
Percussion Store contains about 150 percussions from all over the world for a total of about 6000 samples.
Instruments include: Afoxe, Agogo, Bata, Bells, Bendir, Berimbau, Birdcall, Blocks, Bongos, Bonko, Cajon, Castanet, Caxixi, Chimes, Chocalho, Claves, Congas, Cowbell-Campana, Cricket, Cuica, Cymbals, Derbuka, Djembe, Dundun, Ganza, Guiros, Jingle Bells, Maracas, Moroccan Tabla, Ocean Drums, Pandeiro, Quinto, Rainstick, RecoReco, Repinique, Shaker, Shekere, Sistre, Sonnaille, Surdo, Tamborim, Tambourine, Tarol, The Blue, Timbalito, Timbau, Tom-Tom, Triangles, Tumba, Udu, Whistles, Wood Block, Yoruba Tamb.
The samples were recorded using Brawmer and Neumann microphones, Manley, Fearn & Neve preamp and compressors, and analog to digital converters.
Percussion Store doesn't contain any loop, only single shots, according to USB. The instruments were "multi-sampled" in 24 bits / 96 kHz, at dozens of velocity levels when applicable, different playing techniques (depending on the instrument), different hand positions, rolls…
Pricing & Availability
Percussion Store is now available for $149, and includes the full version of UVI Workstation.
It is also available as digital download.
More information at www.ultimatesoundbank.com.
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