This is a free drumkit full version takes from Vinyl Drumkit. VINYL DRUMKITS is a drum kit library on two CDs for NI Battery 2-3 or Kontakt 2. The ACOUSTIC kits reproduce the typical sound of the '70s useful for anyone that wants to recreate the groove and feel of the old crackly vinyl. It's perfect for hip hop, dance, funk, rock, pop and any genre that needs retro vinyl sound. The ELECTRONIC kits can be used for Rnb, Hip Hop, House. The cd also includes experimental drumkits such as voice kits, industrial, game, air kits and many others.
What's new in this version:
- Now the volume of the samples are balanced.
- The compression efx in the snare it's improved.
- Minor bug fixed.
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