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Royotoms

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Rototoms Plugin by Alan ViSTa
Royotoms
Royotoms by Alan ViSTa is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
200 MB of free RAM
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
200 MB of free RAM
OS 10.6 or higher
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Royotoms is a sampled rototoms set.

This 8 rototoms set was sampled by Roy Miller, it is tuned to play the famous "Time" song by Pink FLoyd. A reverb set of samples was created from the dry samples, using an IR impulse from the legendary EMT-140 plate reverb unit used in the original recording. Credit also goes to Pick Pink who had the idea and took the time to help:

  • 48 mono 44.1kHz/24-bit dry samples.
  • 48 stereo 44.1kHz/24-bit reverb samples.
  • 3 velocity layers.
  • 2 round-robin samples by layer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVC-b4k3SOk

Made with Maize Sampler

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Royotoms
Reviewed By Sycopation
December 16, 2015

Another awesome free instrument from Alan ViSTa! I am a big fan of all his stuff, especially the tuned percussion. The samples are high quality and I don't think I've ever had any of his VSTs crash on me. Sounds good, stable, super easy GUI, just so simple to use! Sometimes you want a powerhouse like Kontakt with a monster engine under the hood, and sometimes you just want something simple and easy to use that that allows you to just work fast.

I love that each rototom has independent volume and pan control. That gives you total control over dynamics and stereo placement. Having control over reverb level AND lenght is also great. Dialing in the right amoung is really fast and easy. An intergrated compressor would be nice, but hey, I'm not going to complain about something so trivial.

The only actual complaint I have is that it's pretty CPU hungry for what it is/does. But that definitely won't stop me from using it, because freeze/render is your friend.

Good job, mate. I made a nice rototom track with this in under two minutes.

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