This library is a collection of the techniques employed and refined by Aaron and Nate. They are available to you as tools – great magesy torrent sounds, useful in many genres. We worked hard to capture the ferocity of Aaron’s playing with realness and natural imperfections. There are a lot of drum samples out there that are overly-processed, at least for our taste. So, we made sounds that we wanted to hear and use in our own applications. They stand on their own untouched, but also respond very well to effects like distortion and reverb. With over 600 multi-velocity samples (check out KIT DETAILS for the drum gear specifics), we kept the file organization simple and straightforward, and added useful presets in Battery 4, Logic ESX24, and Slate Trigger 2. The samples are big, loud, quiet, lo-fi, and hi-fi. They are here for you to use, enjoy, and explore.
WHAT YOU GET IN THE SAMPLE LIBRARY: – Over 600 samples in WAV format — 4 KICKS — 8 SNARES (articulations: Rimshot, Center Hit, Push Roll, Cross Stick, Flam) — 5 FLOOR TOMS — 3 RACK TOMS — 3 HI-HATS (articulations: Tip, Shoulder) — 2 CRASHES (articulations: Tip, Shoulder) — 1 RIDE (articulations: Tip, Shoulder, Bell) — CINEMATIC TOMS — PERCUSSION (Tambourine, Wood Blocks, Groove Wedge) — PLEASE NOTE: Each piece of the kit is sampled with up to 20 velocities, meaning only up to 20 one-shot WAV files for each piece and each articulation. There are 3-4 additional samples for the hardest velocity included with our main snares, kicks, and toms to help you avoid a “machine-gun” effect.
– Presets for NI’s BATTERY 4, Logic’s EXS24, and TRIGGER 2 — BROOKLYN KIT, USA CUSTOM KIT, AND LO-FI KIT PRESETS (BATTERY 4 & EXS24) — ALL INDIVIDUAL KICKS, SNARES, AND TOMS PRESETS (TRIGGER 2) – “Read Me” file with install instructions for the presets, kit details, tech specs, and credits.
TECHNICAL: – WAV files are 24Bit / 48kHz – Recorded through a Neve console and additional API Pre’s at The Sound Emporium in Nashville, TN – Mixed through analog gear at The Anchor Room in Franklin, TN by Jon Howard – Minimal processing for maximum flexibility – Uncompressed folder is about 1 GB