Fxpansion Japanese Taiko Percussion
FXpansion introduces the latest addition to the BFD2 expansion pack range, Japanese Taiko Percussion.
Taiko groups have wowed audiences the world over with their visually arresting performances, earth-rumbling bass, pure percussive volume, dynamics, and rhythm. The unmistakable taiko sound has also gained acceptance in many applications far removed from traditional Japanese music.
Feature highlights include:
- * Shimedaiko
* Groove pack for JTP — separate purchase
Japanese Taiko Percussion for BFD 2.1 is a download-only product and is available now from the FXpansion web shop. Japanese Taiko Percussion is $125/€90 /£70 Grooves for Japanese Taiko Percussion, available separately, is $25/€20/£15
For more information, visit their web site at www.fxpansion.com.
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