Audiobro introduces LA Drama Drums
Audiobro is about to complete its LASS orchestral sound library with the LADD percussion collection for Kontakt.
LADD, for LA Drama Drums, features loops and one-shot multi-samples of orchestral percussions. The loops include mixes with 12 stems and each sample has up to 16 round robins. Audiobro also programmed and produced patches which mixes and patches can be altered in real time by using the keyswitch system developed for Kontakt. Evidently, you can also do the work yourself and create your own presets and recall them, with filters, transient processors, EQs, delays, reverbs, MorphMaster effects, lo-fi, overdrive and more.
- Dry, Stage, Verb and Full mixes for the on-shot samples with up to 16 round robins
- 12 stem mixes for the audio loops that can be layered or played separately
- Real time mix control via keyswitches
- Pre-programmed and produced patches that can be modified in real time
- Main window with access to the most important controls
- 8 pre-programmed sequences, each with up to 12 mixes and 96 tracks
- Record your own sequences on real time or with the mouse
- Filter and 5 Step-Filter Tables that can be controlled in real time
- +/- 3 octave transpose and random tuning for each note
- Custom Key FX mapping to modify the patches
- Swing control with variation options
- Input quantize
- Humanization feature
- Morphable effect preset chains
- Mixer with EQ, delay, reverb, drive, lo-fi, filters, choppers, transient masters and more
- Controlable via MIDI CC and keyswitches
- 24GB of compressed content
LADD is expected in December 20th, its price is still to be announced. It will require Kontakt v5.2 and later. You’ll find more info at audiobro.com/ladd/.
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