Strezov presents the Thunder Series bundle
Strezov Sampling has assembled the three volumes of its Thunder virtual percussion sessions for Kontakt into a single bundle, now at reduced price.
Comprised of three unique recording sessions with different ensemble sizes, the whole Thunder package (formerly sold as three seperate volumes) is now available for a limited time as a bundled offer at reduced price. Everyone owning this bundle or at least one other volume of Strezov Sampling's Thunder range will also receive an exclusive offer for the next chapter, which is already recorded and soon to be released.
According to Strezov Samples, the complete Thunder Series has been recorded with multiple Dynamic layers (up to 10) and Round Robins (up to 27 per sound). Besides the unprocessed samples, Thunder also features a heavily compressed (through Universal Audio 1176) sample pool. As special bonus, this package also comes with custom made midi performances by top programmers, which can be used with any other percussion library of your choice as well.
While its normal price is announced at $369, the complete Thunder Series is available for two weeks for $149. Kontakt 4+ (full version) is required. More details at www.strezov-sampling.com.
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