Native Instruments World Premiere of Battery 2

Drum sample plug-in re-vamped      04/10/04

Native Instruments World Premiere of Battery 2
The new look Battery 2

As a drum sample player Battery is hard to beat, simple to use and provided with a large and usable sample library, I've certainly found it useful. Battery Version 2 is toted by NI as "the next generation in drum sampling". Version 2now boasts numerous additional and vastly improved features as wellas an optimized user-interface, ensuring a far more efficient and versatile use of drum samples. The customizable cell-matrix now contains up to 72 sample-cells allowing the use of large drum kits. Every cell comes equipped with its own dedicated multi-mode filter and a compressor allowing detailed adjustments to be made for each individual sample. Extended modulation options including freely assignable envelopes and LFOs, flexible Loop section, a graphical mapping editor managing 128 sample layers per cell, a 3.5 GB sample library, compatibility to virtually every sample format and a whole lot more make BATTERY 2 the ultimate weapon for firing blazing beats. BATTERY 2 will be available in November 2004. Registered BATTERY users will be able to purchase an inexpensive update version which includes the 3.5 GB sample library. All the details on BATTERY 2:
  • http://www.native-instruments.com/battery2r.info

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