[NAMM] Steven Slate Drums 4.0
Steven Slate is showing the next generation of his virtual drum instrument at the 2011 NAMM Show Booth 6921.
Steven Slate Drums 4.0 adds new drum kits and features, and does so in a new custom built Slate Digital drum sampler (RTAS, VST, AU).
New in SSD 4.0 samples are a series of kits known as the DELUXE kits. These new kits are unprocessed, giving the engineer more control of their final sound. Slate also offers a recorded jazz drumkit, which was also sampled with brushes. The new SSD4.0 cymbal pack utilizes custom Turkish cymbals from boutique cymbal manufacturer Soultone Cymbals.
Slate teamed up with pop producer Griffin Boice to produce five new kits in the electronic, dance, and hip hop genre. All of these kits are now provided within a new drum sampler interface built by Slate Digital DSP engineers. The new interface includes a midi groove processor with thousands of grooves, as well as support for several brands of electronic drumkits.
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