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The Cars - Drive

Rompler Plugin Plugin by SlapAsSound
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The Cars - Drive by SlapAsSound is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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This is song specific VST instrument, inspired from The Cars hit song "Drive", including all the sound elements for you to revive this iconic pop song inside your DAW.

You will get the DAW project, multitrack MIDI file, and this song specific VST plugin.

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Basic features:

  • only 1 VST for the entire song.
  • 15 carefully sound-designed patches.
  • 49 individually sampled notes per patch.
  • 735 samples in total.
  • note range 36-84 (C1-C5).
  • synth, bass, lead, pad, drum, guitar etc.
  • different samples on each percussion patch.
  • multitrack MIDI file included.
  • MIDI file volume levels pre-mixed.
  • leave your DAW tracks volumes to default.
  • Reaper DAW project included.
  • 3 sec. - project load up speed (on 15 year old PC).
  • intuitive linking to your native DAW.
  • acapella starting time - 0:20.240.
  • song tempo - 83.6 BPM.
  • overall size of the VST - 971Mb.
  • for PC and MAC, for every major DAW.
  • price $69.

PS. No original samples, files or other materials are used. All sounds are recreated from scratch.


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