123creative.com releases new hip-hop/trap library
123creative.com has released PB Ultimate Production Toolbox Vol.3, a hip-hop/trap-oriented library for Kontakt 5+.
Released in cooperation with producer, sound designer and audio engineer Pablo J. Dammrich, thr PB Ultimate Production Toolbox Vol.3 consists of sounds and instruments made from scratch, focusing specifically on urban music genres such as Hip Hop, Trap, Urban, R&B and more.
Instruments and one shot samples include Instruments, Drums,FX Transitions, Loops, Stabs, Chants, and Kontakt Library contains - Pads, Leads, Basses, Choirs (Solists & Sections), Hits, Brass Sections and more.
- 13 Claps
- 28 FX (Transitions)
- 17 Hats & Cymbals
- 9 Kicks (Long Decay & Sustained)
- 8 Kicks (Short Decay)
- 9 Percussion
- 12 Snares
- Sounds & Loops
- 8 Sounds
- 17 Loops
- 12 Construction
- 13 Beat 2 Dirty South
- 14 Beat 3 Club
- 11 Beat 4 Dark 137Bpm Cminor
- 6 Score 131Bpm - Cminor
- 3 Tuned
- 2 Untuned
- 15 files in Kontakt 5 Library
Features include .WAV & *.NKI files (drums and instruments in 24Bit / 44.1Khz / WAV). This kit requires NI's Kontakt 5 (not the Player version).
Introductory price is €28.94 instead of €32.10. More details at 123Creative's website.
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