Precisionsound has announced the release of Monzter Drumz in Kontakt, HALion, EXS24, Drumagog and SoundFont formats.
Monzter Drumz was produced with "ease of use and awesome sound" in mind, straight out of the box. All samples have been made to fit in straight away with heavy guitar and bass tones so very little additional tweaking would be needed in the final mix.
The sample library feature Kicks, Snares, Toms and Cymbals and work together with your favorite sample player as well as with the drum replacer plug-in "Drumagog", to get you going with fast and easy replacement or enhancement of already recorded drums.
For Cubase users Precisionsound has thrown in a couple of bonuses, like a custom drum map to make navigation around the kit very easy, and also a Cubase Track Archive that works with Cubase 4 and 5 that lets you import a prepared setup of Drumagog inserted audio channels and MIDI channels all routed and ready to go into any session you might be working on.
Drums used in the Monzter Drumz SampleSet:
- Mapex Orion 22".
- Sonor Delite 22" (two versions w. different processing).
- Mapex Black Panther Brass Snare.
- Sonor Delite Maple Snare.
- Mapex Orion 10", 12", 14", 16".
- 16" and 18" Sabian and Zildjian chinas, crashes and splashes.
- Zildjian K Custom Dark Hats 14".
- Zildjian K Custom Ride.
- Zildjian Ping Ride.
- Cymbal Chokes.
- Cymbal Rolls.
- Closed, Semi Open, Open Hats.
- Edge and Bell Rides.
Drums were sampled using close and overhead mics. Artificially produced ambience is also provided. The multisampled kits contain 665 mono and stereo 24-bit WAV samples. All formats are included when you buy the SampleSet.
"Monzter Drumz" costs $69 (+$11 if you want it on DVD).