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Big Fish Audio introduces the Retro ADpak


Retro is the first ADpak expansion for Addictive Drums and features three classic Ludwig drum sets from the 60s and 70s with cymbals from Paiste and Sabian.

The drums were recorded in Studios 301 Stockholm in a big recording room with a rich ambience. Retro expands the Addictive Drums library and allows you to mix and match between the original drums and the new vintage kits. Retro also includes cowbells, tambourines and hand claps.

Retro is great for a vintage sound with presets inspired by classic songs, but you can also use the modern presets for an up-to-date sound full of character or turn to the RetroMental soundbank for a chance to hear the Ludwig kits like you’ve never heard them before.

With the Retro ADpak you get over 1300 midi loops and 70 presets that will get you Motown, heavy Rock, and psychedelic Rock’n’Roll styles in your studio.

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