Metal Can Drums – virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt

November 28, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

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Syntone has announced Metal Can Drums, a virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Metal is an interesting material. On the one hand, you can hit it to create a sharp attack and barely any release. But on the other hand, you can tap it and get a long, rattly sound.

That is the concept for the Metal Can Drums library: to provide a set of metal drums that give you the best of both worlds. The library comes with 8 round robin, 7-8 velocity layers, 33 different types of hits from 4 different types of cans and custom scripting, including a custom-made arpeggiator.

Metal Can Drums features

  • 8 round robin, 7-8 velocity layers.
  • 33 different types of hits from 4 different types of cans.
  • Custom-scripting, including an arpeggiator.
  • 48kHz/24-bit quality.
  • 1.35GB (572MB compressed).
  • Requires Kontakt 4.2.4+ full version.

The library is available to purchase for the introductory price of $20 AUD until December 9th, 2013 (regular $40 AUD).

More info here >>

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