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Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments Drumlab

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Preset Integration Pack for Ableton Push by TimbresAndTones
Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments DRUMLAB
Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments Drumlab by TimbresAndTones is Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows.
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Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments Drumlab.

Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments DRUMLAB

This collection of Ableton Drum Racks features all factory presets for the Native Instruments DRUMLAB Kontakt library.

Ableton Drum Racks for Native Instruments Drumlab. All articulations and presets mapped and individually labelled.

Workflow and Key Features:

  • Ease of navigation to load all presets directly from your Ableton Push controller device browser.
  • 163 Ableton Drum Racks to instantly load the DRUMLAB factory library preset with Ableton mappings.
  • Optimized for Ableton Push 2! Color coded pad design for visual performance. Know your rides from your crashes.
  • Intelligently mapped automation parameters per preset.
  • Labelled pads for post performance editing and automation within the Ableton clip editor – each MIDI note and articulation individually named.
  • Audio routing – This pack routes all audio output through a single Ableton track. Mixing can be further enhanced through Kontakt/DRUMLAB mixer or additional Ableton audio effects to the track – for example the new Ableton 10 Drum Buss.

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