A gigantic collection of the most contemporary drum and percussion tones available.
Bunker 8 Digital Labs has finally opened the passages to its vaults and gives the ardent samplist what they are most thirsty for; access to the raw, unadulterated single hit samples that have made Bunker 8 Digital Labs so world renowned. Over 6,522 samples of audio content makes this one of the most extensive drum and percussion libraries ever made.
These "kits" are huge, filling the floor, "maxed out" beyond your wildest expectations. These are not just warmed over retreds of samples you have heard before. Be prepared to be blown away by the inspiration that these percussive tones will instill.
All of these samples have been carefully edited and normalized. No gliches, all perfect pitches. There are patches and setup groups for Battery, Kontakt, and Steinberg's Halion. For Reason heads, there are both ReDrum and NNXT patches and setups.
If you need access to a gigantic collection of the most contemporary drum and percussion tones available, then grab the keys to the Bunker 8 vaults before they realize what's happened and close them for good.
- Format: Redrum/NNXT/HALion/Kontakt/Battery/WAV
- 6,522 Samples of drums and percussion
- All Samples have been mapped out for use in Kontakt 2, Halion 2, Battery 2 and Reason
- Kontakt Halion and Battery all have 96 patches
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Comments about Big Fish Drumatic Percussives Audio Loops:
The first thing you need to know about Drumatic Percussives is that the sound quality is outstanding. All of the samples have excellent clarity, and have been recorded with minimal processing, so you can tweak them to your heart's content when using them in a mix. The second thing you need to know is that there are a LOT of drums here. No, seriously, a ton. Oodles. Beacoup. It will be a long time before you run out of interesting sounds to use from this pack. Now, the one thing that is a little lacking is pre-selected drum kits. There are a handful for ReDrum and NN-XT, as well as for other formats (Kontakt and Halion, I believe). Compared to the sheer volume of individual sounds, the number of kits is on the low side. Don't let that last comment discourage you from buying Drumatic Percussives. Yes, you will have to spend some time to select kits of your own, but this is made easier by their naming conventions (they tend to use the same prefixes in front of different drums if they are meant to go together, like "Boo-Yaa Kick" and "Boo-Yaa Snare" going together.