Native Instruments Battery 3.1
Native Instruments has announced the release of Battery 3.1, a free update for the percussion sampler.
Battery 3.1 now incorporates the "vintage sound emulation" technology from Maschine 1.5, a feature that emulates the gritty sonic signatures of the MPC-60 and SP-1200 drum machines through component modeling. A new right-click MIDI Learn function is also designed to make it easier to assign the sound parameters of a Battery kit to a hardware controller, while added multi-processor support now allows Battery to utilize the capabilities of multi-core processors more effectively.
Other enhancements in Battery 3.1 include Mac OS X 64-bit support, improved sample relocation, flexible loading functions, and various minor optimizations.
The 3.1 update is now available as a free download for all owners of Battery 3.
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