Rhythmic Robot releases SuperPerc
Rhythmic Robot strikes again with SuperPerc, a virtual recreation for Kontakt of the Korg DDM-220 SuperPercussion.
Described as the perfect complement to the brand's recreation of Korg's DDM-110 SuperDrums, SuperPerc is a percussion module based on samples recorded from the original machine. It includes cabasas, congas, timbales, a snappy little woodblock, tambourine, agogos, and of course the inevitable cowbell. As we could expect from its 8-bit inspiration, the sounds are announced as "distinctively crunchy and undeniably 80s", but still should fit into modern arrangements. Since the original SuperPercussion used the same Accent system as the SuperDrums, Rhythmic Robot recreated it so that velocity can be used to control Accent level.
Please also note that, as usual with Rhythmic Robot's Kontakt instruments, a ful version of Kontakt (v4.2.3 or higher) is required, as Kontakt Player will time out after 15 minutes.
As an introductory price, SuperPerc is available for £4 (plus VAT) instead of £5 for a limited time, and since they are meant to complement each other so well the same discount applies on the brand's SuperDrums.
More details available here.
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