The Hans Zimmer Percussion library is out
Spitfire announces the availability of the HZ01 Hans Zimmer percussive library for Kontakt introduced last year, with a special price.
The HZ01 Percussion is a mega collection of 200GB of cinematic percussion for Kontakt produced by Hans Zimmer and his engineer team. The sounds were recorded in the iconic Air Studios with the same musicians and processing chains as for the famous Hans Zimmer’s soundtracks (Neve 88R console, 96 microphones, 192kHz Prism converters…). The library offer stereo and 5.1 surround mixes produced by Hans Zimmer, Alan Meyerson, Steve Lipsom, Junkie XL and Geoff Spitfire, with up to 9 round robins and 6 velocity layers per hit and articulation.
21 instruments and ensembles are available, this includes bombos, taikos, tam tams, snares, kicks, gongs and more.
Due to the huge size of the library, Spitfire will release it in stages. You can now download the Artist Elements part, with Zimmer, Foser and Meyerson’s Perspectives.
The HZ01 is available for the introductory price of £299 and Spitfire adds a 25% coupon that can be used for future purchases. The offer is valid until December 10th, 2013. Full details and audio demos are available at www.spitfireaudio.com.
Following is an overview of the library and a few words by Hans Zimmer:
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