11th October 2011
Best Service has announced the release of World Percussion Compact (by Evolution Series), the condensed version of the next generation World Percussion virtual instrument launched earlier this year. It has an MSRP of $249.
World Percussion Compact is designed to satisfy the elite film, TV, game composers and producers. It is a powerful and easy-to-use sample library using state-of-the-art equipment, a world-class scoring stage, and a treasure trove of beautiful instruments. It features sounds from Africa, Asia, Middle East, and South America. It also offers 2 user controllable microphone positions, extensive array of velocities and round robin, and hundreds of unique MIDI grooves.
“Evolution Series World Percussion Compact retains the exact same sound quality as the standard edition, and a generous selection of instruments covering four parts of the globe.” Co-Creator and Music Composer Anthony Ammar said.
World Percussion Standard edition offers the complete selection of instruments with extended features and world inspire sets.
“We are extremely excited to offer the Compact version which brings versatility to any production at an affordable price.”
Evolution Series World Percussion Compact's key features:
- All samples at 48khz 24bit.
- Multiple velocities and round robin.
- 2 user-controllable microphone positions.
- All individual instruments in stereo.
- Recorded at a world class orchestral scoring stage.
- Beautiful and unique sounding instruments available.
- Hundreds of MIDI grooves.
- Driven by the powerful sampler “Engine”
- Best Service World Percussion by Evolution Series Compact MSRP $249 (excl. VAT).
- Best Service World Percussion by Evolution Series Standard (HD) MSRP $649 (excl. VAT).
- Best Service World Percussion by Evolution Series Upgrade MSRP $419 (excl. VAT).
Coming soon is a free update for World Percussion Standard Edition. It includes a few minor bug fixes and a brand new World Inspire Set.
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