Klanghaus 2 is out
Announced in January, scheduled for February but it’s finally in March that the 2nd version of the Best Service percussion library is out.
Klanghaus, the percussion library produced by Ferdinand Foersch, has been upgraded to version 2, a new version that adds more than 900 grooves, loops and swells that you can freely edit, by using built-in arpeggiators and step sequencers, effects and modulation functions.
Best Service grouped some of the instruments so that you can use key switches to easily change playing techniques. Last, you’ll find a bonus section with construction kits.
Klanghaus 2 is available for 259 € at www.bestservice.de. It ships with the Engine 2 proprietary sample library, a VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows, so you don’t need any other software in most DAWs (see here how to use the library in Pro Tools).
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