Realitone introduces Realidrums
Realitone has released Realidrums, a large collection of drum sets for Kontakt currently available at an introductory price.
According to its creator, RealiDrums is the biggest drum collection you can buy with 42 actual different Snares (really different snare drums, not 42 "mix settings"), 7 different kicks, 11 hi hats, 24 rides, 33 crash cymbals, plus sidesticks and percussion elements. All drums have 4 mix settings each, from close mic to arena rock.
The interface was designed with work flow and speed in mind, and it includes the Groove Generator, announced as an "innovative" and "much more musical way to work than traditional MIDI loops".
RealiDrums is officially priced at $299, but as an introductory price and to anticipate Black Friday Realitone has slashed a hundred bucks off - hence a $199.95 price for the time being.
More details at realitone.com and in the following video:
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