These room mics were processed with heavy doses of compression, eq, and even modulation to make a larger then life, deep, wide, expressive room sound. It is illegal for you to distribute copyrighted files without permission. As it's just drag and drop, this is very simple. After launching it for the first time we were programming a drum track within five minutes having already built our own custom kit, assigned discrete outputs and fiddled with the pitch of a few sounds. If the very broad selection of presets doesn't give you what you want then you can always build the kit from scratch.
Steven Slate Drums 4 Platinum Steven Slate is all over the pro audio world these days, what with his high end analogue gear, the excellent Slate Digital plug-ins and his stunning drum replacement processor. In putting together the new player the Slate team has been very aware of how their customers want to use it. While we love Kontakt, this player suits drums down to the ground. Steven has recorded only the best drums, all tuned to perfection. You can also change the trigger note for each element here. Mr Slate has enlisted producer Griffin Boice to provide this set, and judging by the sound of them it was a wise choice. Check out the audio demos on the homepage! Its been home to bands like Linkin Park, Foo Fighters, Billy Joel, and more.
Disclaimer: All contents are copyrighted and owned by their respected owners. By 2006, when he publicly released his first official drum sample disc, his sounds could already be heard in many top billboard hits. This kit was processed with boutique analog gear to provide the fat radio ready sound you'll want for your dance mixes! If you've wanted something quirky you've had to look elsewhere. Every drum and cymbal was recorded with multiple velocities and multiple hits per velocity to ensure the most natural recreation. This enables you to tailor the sound of, say, the room mics without affecting the dry sound.
Kits load fast, editing is very straightforward and the library sounds fantastic. . The first bit of this to look at is on the left and is where you can change the volume and pitch of each drum. Imagine having 25 of the world's best sounding drumkits at your disposal. We can see why Steven Slate decided to build a dedicated sample engine. Submit Steven Slate Drums Platinum Edition 3. Add to that the option of using your own samples and you have a serious creative tool on your hands.
Just below where you select the mic set to edit you find the Routing Destination. For a complex drum such as the snare you can individually adjust the volume of each element, although as they are very well balanced already you will find yourself mostly adjusting the global level. All content posted by our users is. The samples were then processed by Steven Slate using some of the most classic analog gear from both past and present. You can choose your view of the drums, either as a kit or a series of cells, but either way you just drag onto the position you want.
The kits Once launched you will see a list of buttons on the left. Below that you can adjust the pitch of each individual mic set and its attack and decay envelope. There are only a few of these right now but Slate will add to these as time goes on. Editing Having chosen your kit you can then fine-tune it in the edit instrument page. Here you can decide where each mic set goes.
Create custom kits through a simple drag-and-drop interface. As you select each kit piece you can then choose which microphone set you are editing. Downloads must be for time-shifting, non-commercial, personal, private use only. At the heart of Steven Slate Drums 4. We don't responsible for third party website content. To the right is the mic section. Cymbals have two mic sets, overheads and room, while every other kit piece has three: direct, overhead and room.
The first of these, 'Construct Kit' gives you two options in the Library Browser, to either load a preset kit or just individual kit pieces. These room mics have been left unprocessed and contain the signature depth and space from this beautiful sounding room. Sounds like… The mark of a great drum instrument is that it is flexible enough to fit many styles of music, simple enough to work quickly and efficiently and comprehensive enough to really get in there and make your own sound from it. The combinations are endless, so there's plenty of scope for serious sonic mischief. The first set is from a large warehouse with concrete walls. Every drum and cymbal has been recorded first to 2inch tape, enhancing their unique rich sound.
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