Friday’s Freeware: drumming bear
Wave Alchemy is offering a drum synth sample library designed from the MFB Tanzbär drum machine.
Wave Alchemy had the opportunity to put their hands on the machine and sampled it, then processed the sounds with high-end gear in order to create a library that they are offering today.
You’ll find 68 sound files with one-shot claps, bass drums, snares, toms and percussions, in WAV format as well as 5 pre-mapped kits for Kontakt, Battery, NN-XT, HALion and SFZ. Thank you!
Icing on the cake, you’ll also find in the folder a text file containing a promo code for a 20% discount off your next purchase on the developer’s website (valid until March 13th only).
Visit www.wavealchemy.co.uk to download the library.
Have a great weekend!
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