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Virtual Drum/Percussion de la marque Fxpansion appartenant à la série BFD

FXpansion presents the latest addition to the BFD family: BFD Eco, a streamlined software instrument for acoustic drums, based on the BFD2 engine.

BFD Eco is provided with a built-in library of drum sounds and patterns, and is also compatible with the range of FXpansion and 3rd-party add-on expansions.

Included are several presets that showcase BFD Eco’s mixing section. The EQ and dynamics/effect processing allow you to sculpt the sounds and stereo ambience for any situation. DCAM circuit-modelled compression, filtering and drive provide hardware-style tone and grit, while an integrated version of Overloud’s Breverb plate algorithm can be used for artificial reverb effects.

BFD Eco also contains a Groove section containing 1500 drum patterns to drag into your DAW, to sequence on the built-in Drum Track or to simply loop continuously. Preview patterns in sync with your project and use the humanization effects to adjust the feel to your needs. You can even export a stereo mixdown from the Groove engine.

Highlights include:
•    5 kicks, 6 snares, 12 toms and 3 hihats
•    11 cymbals and selection of percussion
•    15 built-in effects including EQ, filtering, dynamics, drive, reverb and more
•    Groove section with over 1500 patterns and advanced humanization
•    Customizable keymaps and electronic drum support
•    Built-in Stereo audio export
•    Over 40 great-sounding presets
•    Full plugin integration for your digital audio workstation
•    Compatible with FXpansion and 3rd-party expansion libraries
•    Upgrade path to BFD2

Pricing & Availability
BFD Eco is available now worldwide for £84, $149, €94 excluding local taxes where applicable.
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