Stretch That Note has announced a range of seven Kontakt 3/4 compatible DruMM modules: one free, and six more that each cost just $8 per module, or $40 for the complete suite.
Choosing the best sampled drum sounds for modern tracks can be extremely challenging, especially if you want them to cut through a busy mix. With this in mind, industry veteran Eddie Bazil has launched Stretch That Note, a new label specialising in Synthesis and Sound Design, along with its first set of products – a range of NI Kontakt Drum Modules.
Each of the seven available DruMM kits contains sixty carefully chosen drum sounds with bags of street character that can be individually or globally warped via a comprehensive engine, along with several sophisticated effect chains that alter Phatness and Crunch, add Vinyl grunge and alter Width. You can therefore quickly and easily create your own unique sounds with very versatile possibilities.
However, the pièce de résistance is the clever use of Mide/Side treatments, polarity inversion and phase cancellation, to allow multiple kits to be layered without suffering from the normal thinning and frequency cancelation problems. Just load up two or more different kits and trigger them simultaneously for some of the biggest drum sounds you’ve ever heard; almost guaranteed to cut through any mix when required.
Over the years Eddie has programmed new sounds for outfits as diverse as Pet Shop boys, Art Of Noise, Public Enemy and Emu/Ensoniq as well as many others, and his sounds have featured on many chart hits. Now you have the perfect chance to add them to your own tracks.
The DruMM modules for Kontakt are now available to purchase. Sign up at Stretch That Note and receive the first module DruMM free of charge.
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