MSXII Sound Design releases Fill-Up Banks Kit

MSXII Sound Design has launched the Fill-Up Banks Kit, a sample pack featuring a collection of drum fills designed to help you in your musical transitions from chord changes, vamps, b-sections, and endings.

MSXII Sound Design Fill-Up Banks Kit

No stranger to quality, this kit packs that MSXII substance you’ve come to love. All 30 fills were created on the Pork Pie Drums Hip-Pig; a 3-piece rock shell pack.

Tuned to perfection and colored carefully for optimal mixing, the FIll-Up Banks Kit is a must have. Every fill will find it’s place in your work. Don’t sleep on this, grab it NOW!

Fill-Up Banks Kit features

  • 30 original, live drum fills in 16bit .wav format.
  • Fills played on a custom 3 piece Pork Pie Drums Hip-Pig rock shell pack.
  • Completely unheard of MSXII material; nothing recycled or borrowed.
  • Slightly colored/saturated for optimal mixing.
  • Partners well with other MSXII Kits [Synth Immaculate, Rhodes & Vibes, Joe Deertay, etc.]
  • Compatible with all DAWs, samplers, and mobile formats that accept .wav files.

The pack is available from the Drum Broker for $24.99 USD.

More information: Drum Broker / Fill-Up Banks Kit

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