Bass and drums for SampleTank 3 Free
IK Multimedia offers this week no less than 6 instruments for the free SampleTank 3 version.
SampleTank 3 Free is the free version of the latest edition of the IK Multimedia sampler software, but the instruments you get are limited and only released piece by piece until they reach the number of 22.
After releasing the version with an acoustic piano, IK multimedia now offers 6 new instruments:
- P Bass Finger : a fingered Fender Precision Bass with round robins, noise samples, automatic legato, dry/wet mix and 5 MIDI patterns
- EDM Kit 1: an electronic drum kit with two kicks, a compressed snare, toms, cymbals, electronic percussion fils and 6 MIDI patterns. Note that it supports General MIDI.
- Alt Rock Kit: a 9-piece acoustic drum kit with two 24” kicks, a wood snare, six toms from 10” to 18” and General MIDI percussions. You’ll also find additional articulations such as flams and rimshots at the upper octave and snare and hi-hats articulations at the lower octave, along with multiple velocity layers and round robins. IK also included a ConvRoom effect and 8 MIDI patterns
- Hard Alpha Bass: a sawtooth waveform bass for a distorted and aggressive tone
- Pulse Sub Bass: another synth bass with square waveform that was filter to almost reach sine. 9 MIDI patterns are included for these two synth basses.
- Dumbeks: two percussions, one from Egypt and the other from Turkey, played with hands, with multiple round robins and 3 MIDI patterns
You can download these new instruments for free at www.ikmultimedia.com.
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