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Virtual Drum/Percussion from Stretch That Note .

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Stretch That Note has announced EPIC, a series of electro percussion and orchestral hits modules for Kontakt.

EPIC is a suite of six electro-percussion and orchestral kits driven by a Kontakt-compatible engine featuring four Warping Machines. GRID offers real-time stretching and compression for granular effect, SCUZZ and TIME WARP are designed to independently change playback speed or pitch while preserving transients to alter size or scale, while FORMANT implants vocal/robotic characteristics.
 
 
The MOVEMENT module then lets you pan sounds in front, behind or around you. You can also CRUMBLE samples bit by bit, add DARK grunge and AMBIENCE. These features can be edited for each individual sound.

 

Pricing:

The sample libraries are available to purchase at $30 USD each, or all 6 bundled for $150 USD.

 

More information: Stretch That Note

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