Muletone Audio has announced the availability of its new Kontakt instrument library Brazilian Series: Tamborim 2, featuring a collection of over 60 loops, in addition to single hits recorded with 2 types of tamborims.
The library includes a performance of percussion Guru Robson Batata, bringing an extensive variation of rhythms and grooves.
Very common in Brazilian music, The Tamborim reveals much of the percussive wealth of Brazil. Used mainly by “samba schools” (Escolas de Samba) of Rio de Janeiro and traditional Sambas, this instrument represents much of the typical rhythm of Brazilian music.
Brazilian Series: Tamborim 2 was recorded using a pair of Neumann KM184, a Royer M122 and a Neumann U87. The preamp section used was a UA 2610, API 512A and Grace M501, routed in a Symphony Apogee.
Available for the full version of Kontakt 5.8 or higher, Brazilian Series: Tamborim 2 is on sale for the introductory price of $12.59 USD for a limited time (regular $42.59 USD).
More information: Muletone Audio