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Red Room Audio Saga Acoustic Trailer Percussion KONTAKT

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  1. Smack

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    Red Room Audio Saga Acoustic Trailer Percussion KONTAKT
    SYNTHiC4TE | 15 April 2018 | 3.80 GB
    Saga - Acoustic Trailer Percussion is an extensive collection of thunderous drums, dynamic metals and other real-world acoustic percussion instruments focused on providing impact and scale to cinematic and trailer music.

    SATP features a broad range of deeply sampled instruments and articulations recorded on a scoring stage, including orchestral and world drum ensembles, world drum soloists, cymbals and gongs, oil drums, anvils and a plethora of large metal slams and crashes. Also included are field recordings of giant silos, metal doors, machinery, tools and various small metals. There are over 110 instruments in total and the easy-to-use Kontakt GUI offers plenty of performance and sound shaping options that allow you to customize Saga to suit your compositions.

    Orchestral & world drum ensembles
    Cymbals & gongs
    Oil Drums
    World solo drums
    Anvils & destroyed metals
    Field recordings (simulated battle gear, tools, machinery, metal doors, tanks, giant silos)
    Up to 7 dynamic layers and 10 round robin
    Recorded in a fairly dry hall with 2 microphone positions
    Multiple articulations (rolls, rims, edges, various sticks & mallets)
    Powerful 4-slot FX rack featuring 12 FX
    Simple, easy to use GUI
    4 GB of content / 11,346 samples (24 bit/44.1 kHz NCW)
    Works only with the FULL version of Kontakt, NOT the free Kontakt Player.

    NI Kontakt FULL version 5.6.8 or above


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