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

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The new NI expansion pack for Maschine, Massive and Monark is fully dedicated to dub techno beats. Full reverb on the way!

Lone Forest is Native Instruments’ very first expansion pack that includes presets for the Monark synth and effects for Maschine 2.3 software, along with sounds for Massive and Reaktor Prism. The collection features reverberated drums, dub bass lines and synths to cover dub techno production needs.

The library offers 9 Maschine projects, which compiles the sounds of 40 drum kits, 284 drum samples, 221 one-shot samples, 45 drum synth presets and 208 patterns in total. You’ll also find 45 presets for Massive, 20 for Reaktor Prism and 23 for Monark.

Lone Forest is available for 49 €/$ at www.native-instruments.com, a version for iMaschine can be purchased through the app for 0.99 €/$.

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