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Volko Audio Volko Alaturka Drum
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Volko Audio Volko Alaturka Drum

Virtual Drum/Percussion from Volko Audio .

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  • Manufacturer: Volko Audio
  • Model: Volko Alaturka Drum
  • Category: Virtual Drums/Percussion
  • Added in our database on: 01/13/2011
  • Real-time tempo change
  • 900 MB 24/44.1 high quality sample library
  • 10 velocity layers for every sound
  • 3 drum kits. Gretsch - Renown Maple, Gretsch - Vintage Antique 1970,Istanbuldrums - Bubinga-Maple-Woodhoop
  • Natural and processed samples
  • 36 authentic styles
  • 24 different variation and fill under every style
  • Transferring the rhythm to the server (host) program with the Drag & Drop function
  • Direct usage of any style with any drum kit instantly
  • Humanizing feature, limiter and reverb
  • Grouping mixer
  • For every channel play, Mute/Solo, velocity level, reverb, volume and 8 stereo output settings
  • With Internal bpm, usability independent from the tempo of the host program (i.e. using tempo 60 as 120)
  • VST, AU and RTAS support
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