Gorillaz Drums For Battery

Native Instruments releases free Battery 3 library add-on with exclusive artist kits      18/06/07
Gorillaz Drums For Battery


Native Instruments have released a free library add-on with three artist drum kits for their Battery 3 percussion sampler - now updated to version 3.0.2. The new kits were designed by NI endorsees Gorillaz, Einstuerzende Neubauten, and Turntablerocker, and are based on exclusive custom sounds from these artists' own productions.
Gorillaz
The ‘Dracula Eastwood’ kit by Gorillaz producer Curtis Lynch provides Battery 3 users with high-quality drum sounds destined for all kinds of urban grooves. It includes an assortment of over 60 bass drums, snares, toms and hihats that all carry a distinctive vinyl character.
Einstuerzende Neubauten
The kit designed by legendary avantgarde rockers Einstuerzende Neubauten includes a comprehensive selection of their famed custom-built scrap-metal percussion instruments, recorded in their own studio exclusively for Native Instruments, and made available to other musicians for the first time.
Turntablerocker
Berlin-based dancefloor veterans Turntablerocker contributed a special selection of drum sounds from their ‘wildstyle’ production library. Over 60 drum and percussion instruments cover styles from house to hip hop and R'n'B.
Pricing and Availability:
All three artist kits are now available as a free download for registered users of Battery 3. More information:


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