DruMM Modules Released
Stretch That Note is proud to announce a range of seven Kontakt 3/4 compatible DruMM modules.
One free, and six more that each cost just $8 per module, or $40 for the complete suite.
Eddie Bazil has launched Stretch That Note, a new label specialising in Synthesis and Sound Design, along with its first set of products - a range of NI Kontakt Drum Modules.
Each of the seven available DruMM kits contains sixty drum sounds that can be individually or globally warped via an engine, along with several effect chains that alter Phatness and Crunch, add Vinyl grunge and alter Width.
Also used are Mide/Side treatments, polarity inversion and phase cancellation, to allow multiple kits to be layered without suffering from the normal thinning and frequency cancelation problems. You can load up two or more different kits and trigger them simultaneously.
You can sign up and receive the first module DruMM for FREE.
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