Drum Samples From The Sunshine State

The Lower Rhythm release the Culture Kit and the Swagger Kit      24/08/10
Drum Samples From The Sunshine State


The Lower Rhythm have released their first two commercial drum sample packs. - Culture Kit and Swagger Kit. Here's what they have to say about them...
Culture Kit
The Culture Kit features 138 samples taken directly from the kit of Brian Stabile, drummer of the prominent Orlando two-piece group Yogurt Smoothness. Featuring classic mic choices (beta52a on kick, md421's on toms), this is a brash but natural kit stained deeply with the feeling of the performance.
Swagger Kit
The Swagger Kit is composed of 66 samples from the Pearl Custom X-treme drum kit played by Arkie Jay (drummer of Orlando's Alias Punch). With an AKG 414 / Shure Beta 52a combo on a large 32" kick, SM57's on snare and an AT4041 pair on overheads, the swagger kit is rock solid and quirky -- all you'd expect from a small, but tight rock drum set.
Feature List:
  • 24bit/44.1kHz WAV
  • Both Dry and Dirty (processed) sets of samples for more choices when building a kit
  • Recorded and mastered with professional equipment at Urthwurk Labs in Orlando, FL.
  • Easy to learn, proprietary file naming syntax system that includes all important info. about a sample in its file name.
Pricing and Availability:
$19.99 (culture kit), $16.99 (swagger kit) $19.99 (culture kit), $16.99 (swagger kit) More information:
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Colby Stein    Said...

Defiantly worth the price. The quality of the samples exceed the value by quite a bit. Very versatile and the mixture of the dry and processed gives access to many more possibilities

25-Aug-10 12:29 PM


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