Drum Library For iDrum

BandmateLoops.com releases iAcoustica for iZotope iDrum      13/11/06

Drum Library For iDrum
iZotope iDrum Screen

BandmateLoops.com has unveiled what it says is the world's first advanced, multi-sample drum library for Izotope’s iDrum. Bandmates iAcoustica is built from over 200 original acoustic samples and patterns. Each iAcoustica collection offers multiple kits featuring brushes, mallets and sticks and includes all matching patterns and instruments. BandmateLoops say that iAcoustica utilizes several dynamic levels of multisampling for powerful and convincing audio performances.
Bandmates iAcoustica is offered as four distinct libraries with all for available as a complete set BVI-001 – Rock: Includes Light Rock, Heavy Rock and Country genre's.
BVI-002 - Jazz Funk: Includes Jazz and Funk genre's.
BVI-003 - Reggae RnB World: IncludesReggae/RnB and World genre's.
BVI-004 – Latin: Includes Latin, Samba and Bossa Nova genre's.
BVI-005 - iAcoustica – Complete: Includes all four sets (Rock, Jazz, Reggae and Latin) together for a bundle price.
About Izotope's iDrum
"iDrum turns your computer into a slamming beatbox ready to lay down your grooves, your way. iDrum runs as both a standalone native Mac OS X application and as a plug-in for Pro Tools, GarageBand, Logic, and Ableton Live."
Pricing and Availability:
All individual selections available 24/7 via electronic delivery for $9.95 USD.
Bandmates iAcoustica - Complete is available 24/7 via electronic delivery for $33.80 USD.
More information and real-time audio demos:
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