Booga Rocket Drums 60% off
For a few days, Loops de la Crème's Booga Rocket Drums mono drumkit library for Kontakt is available at over half off.
For the next 12 days, VSTBuzz offers Loops de la Crème's Booga Rocket Drums drumkit library for Kontakt for €11.99 instead of €29.
Described as a "versatile mono drumkit" for Kontakt 5.3.1, Booga Rocket Drums contains 10 different patches and up to 22 dynamic layers of acoustic drums and comes with 58 MIDI grooves and fills and 26 custom reverb impulse responses.
Other features include:
- 931 samples (mono WAV, 48kHz, 24 bit)
- 3 round-robins for added realism
- 26 reverb IR
- 10 nki sound presets in different genres (60s Grit, 80s Gated, Jungle, FX…)
- 58 MIDI grooves and fills
- Full version of Kontakt 5.3.1 is required – NOT compatible with the Kontakt Player
- Total size uncompressed: 369MB
More details on this offer at VSTBuzz.com.
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