Native Instruments launches Action Strikes
Native Instruments completes its cinematic orchestral series and after Action Strings, the brand launched the Action Strikes percussion library.
Action Strikes is a cinematic percussion sound libraries featuring 12 full ensembles, 65 unique instruments and 12 Hit Sets, to be manipulated within Kontakt with a dedicated GUI that will allow you to change rhythms on the fly and display the score.
The list of available instruments includes taikos, cymbals, shakers, toms, snares, tambourines and more.
In use with your MIDI keyboard, the right hand controls the accents while the left hand chooses the variations and you can change the accent intensity with the pitch wheel.
Action Strikes offers 105 preset rhythms, each with 5 variations per ensemble section, designed to help you get started.
You can listen to audio demos at www.native-instruments.com.
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