IK Multimedia Terry Bozzio Drums
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IK Multimedia Terry Bozzio Drums

Terry Bozzio Drums, Virtual Drum/Percussion from IK Multimedia in the Sampletank series.

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Terry Bozzio and Alan Parsons in SampleTank 3

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IK Multimedia called drummer Terry Bozzio and producer/engineer Alan Parsons to create to drum and piano libraries for SampleTank 3.

Terry Bozzio Drums is a 1.7 GB collection featuring 1,800 samples and 350 loops for rock, prog, jazz fusion, blues, pop, metal, EDM styles and more.

You’ll find in the library 3 multis and 16 instruments. Terry Bozzio played two kicks, a snare with multiple articulations, 6 Roto toms with 4 articulations each, hi-hats, ride, crash, china, stacked cymbals and other exotic percussive elements, all of which were recorded with 8 velocity layers and 8 round robins. The different drum pieces are mapped in General MIDI.

IK Multimedia also included 350 loops for which you can adjust the tempo without altering the pitch via the SampleTank 3 STRETCH engine, and you can even mix these loops with one-shot samples via MIDI.

The Terry Bozzio Drums collection for SampleTank 3 is available for the introductory price of 79,99 € excl. taxes for a limited time.

 

 

IK Multimedia also collaborated with Alan Parsons (Pink Floyd, the Beatles and the Alan Parsons Project) to design an acoustic piano library. They recorded a Bösendorfer Model 290 grand piano in Mark Knopfler’s British Grove Studio in London using AKG C12 and Neumann U67 tube microphones and an EMI console.

The 1.3 GB collection features over 650 samples with 8 velocity layers as well as 14 “instruments” and you can use a sustain pedal to change the soundboard resonance thanks to the Acoustic Resonance convolution effect included in SampleTank 3.

The Alan Parsons Imperial Grand for SampleTank 3 is also available for 79,99 € excl. taxes for a limited time.

 

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