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Tonehammer releases Anti-Drum II
Tonehammer has released Anti-Drum II, a follow-up to the abstract percussion sample library Anti-Drum I.
The library contains over 4.400 samples and 75 different instrument patches that each represent a unique texture. The library contains a variety of instruments recorded in our signature hall, including boom whackers, PVC pipe percussion ensemble to flower vases, glasses, rainsticks, soda bottles. We also included a supreme set of music box samples, which were recorded in several locations including large hall, studio and so forth. The library also contains a variety of even more unconventional instruments ranging from human beats through a cellphone (10 round robin and 10 velocity layers), stop watches and a compressive patch of what we call: “human trumpets”.
Anti-Drum II features
- 76 instrument patches, 4.555 samples, 2.15 GB installed, 925 MB .rar download.
- 44.1kHz/16bit and 48kHz/24bit mono and stereo .wav formats.
- Extensive read me install, patch and hint documentation (.pdf) (download here).
- Exclusive Troels talking about the core instruments in the library (mp3 interview).
- Format(s): Kontakt 2 and .wav (note: Kontakt 3 requirement for bonus content).
Anti-Drum II is available for purchase for the introductory price of $49 USD ($59 USD on 4/7/09).
Visit Tonehammer for more information and audio demos.