New Soundset For DrumSpillage

AudioSpillage releases Bonus Beats Volume 1 with 19 kits and 287 drum pads/hits      09/05/11
New Soundset For DrumSpillage


AudioSpillage has released the first instalment of their Bonus Beats sound set collection. Here's their press release with the details...
Bonus Beats is a new series of sound sets for the DrumSpillage drum synthesis plugin (Mac/OS X). Volume 1 of this new series is now available featuring a collection of 19 original production-ready kits and 287 drum pads/hits. Expect to find punchy kicks, deep sub-bass, lo-fi crunches, hi-hats, snares, FX and everything else you might reasonably anticipate stumbling upon in a modern 'machine funk' collection.
Kits included in volume1: Dope Kits (2), Electro Kits (3), Electronic Kits (5), Lo-Fi Kits (2), Micro Kits (4), Techno Kits (3)
Pads/Hits included in volume 1: Kicks (45), Snares (41), Hats (46), Percs (49), Bass (20), Claps (15), Cymbals (20), FM (6), FX (29), Atmospheres (16)
Bonus Beats Volume 1 by AudioSpillage About DrumSpillage
DrumSpillage is a drum synthesizer designed around a flexible collection of unique percussion models custom engineered to expand your existing drum palette and provide a rich base for sonic exploration. The plugin is aimed at creative musicians and producers looking to add an element of individuality to their rhythm tracks. All DSP processing is calculated with very high accuracy leading many users to comment favourably on the synth's overall sound quality and depth. The user interface is fast and efficient and places the full power of the synth within close reach.
Pricing and Availability:
Bonus Beats is a free collection for all DrumSpillage users.
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