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Uppercussion releases two new drum sample libraries, Digicussion 2 and Kickpak 1.

Digicussion 2 is a large synthetic drum kit library composed of hard kicks, twisted snares, ambient stabs and complexly interacting layers and was created using high fidelity synthesis and sampling techniques. The kits in Digicussion 2 are concise and playable, designed to provide inspiration for creative rhythmic input for music of all styles.

Kickpak 1 is a collection of 350 kick samples. The kicks are divided into 8 categories: Hard, Attacked, Tonal, Ambient, Buzzed, Distorted, Standard and Unique. The samples are designed to consider all types of modern productions.

Digicussion 2 Tech Specs:

  • 50 kits.
  • Six categories of kits, sorted by sound.
  • 16 samples in each kit, for a total of 800 samples.
  • Samples are 24-bit, 44.1 kHz.
  • Formats include Maschine, Battery, Geist, Kontakt, EXS24, Halion and NN-XT, as well as single WAV samples.
  • Sample folders are separated by sound type (based on the Maschine sample folder structure).
  • Total size is 165 MB (130 MB compressed).

Kickpak 1 Tech Specs:

  • 350 Kick samples.
  • 8 categories of kicks, arranged in folders by sound type.
  • Samples are 24-bit, 44.1 kHz.
  • Sample format is single WAV samples.
  • Total size is 37 MB (25 MB compressed).

Pricing & Availability:

Digicussion 2 is available for $19 and Kickpak 1 is available for $9.

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