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Native Instruments Abbey Road Vintage Drummer

Virtual Drum/Percussion from Native Instruments belonging to the Abbey Road series.

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NI introduces Abbey Road Vintage Drummer, a new Kontakt instrument that features the sound of two vintage drum kits from the 1940s.

Abbey Road Vintage Drummer features instruments from the early period of trap kit recording. The first kit consists of a 1940 Leedy 26" bass drum, and two late-1930s tom toms once owned and used by percussionist James Blades. A 1940s Slingerland Radio King was also sampled for this release. The Slingerland features smaller 22" bass drum and 13" and 16" toms.

 

The collection also features brush articulations. Users get brush techniques, alongside traditional snare sounds played with sticks. All articulations also come as grooves in the included groove library, which contains patterns from ragtime, swing, and jazz as well as modern soul, funk, and indie styles.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Available at the NI Online Shop for $119 / 99 EUR.

 

Additional information is available at www.native-instruments.com/abbeyroaddrummerseries.

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