Downloadable Drum Kit Libraries For BFD2

Sonic Reality and eSoundz.com release EpiK DrumS Bill Cobham and Bob Siebenberg Drum Kits      24/02/12
Downloadable Drum Kit Libraries For BFD2


Sonic Reality sound development company and eSoundz.com, an on line shop for music software and sounds has announced the immediate release of 2 new drum kit expansion libraries for FXPansion's BFD2 software. EpiK DrumS: Bill Cobham Kit for BFD2 and EpiK DrumS: Bob Siebenberg Kit for BFD2 by Sonic Reality are now available as downloadable products from eSoundz.com. They say that users must first own BFD2 or BFD Eco software and then they can add these unique sounding kits to their BFD2 library.
The drum kits were recorded by legendary producer/engineer Ken Scott (Beatles, Bowie, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Supertramp, Elton) as part of EpiK DrumS A Ken Scott Collection.
  • The Bill Cobham Kit is a vintage Fibes clear acrylic kit similar to the drum set Bill used on albums like "Birds of Fire" by Mahavishnu Orchestra and "Spectrum" by Billy Cobham.
  • The Bob Siebenberg Kit is a vintage Ludwig kit recorded in the style of Supertramp's "Crime of the Century" and "Crisis What Crisis?".
Sonic Reality tells us that they have collaborated with Ken Scott, the original producer/engineer and original iconic drummers Bill Cobham, Bob Siebenberg, Terry Bozzio, Woody Woodmansey and Rod Morgenstein to put together the most authentic epic collection of vintage drum kits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Seven kits from the EpiK DrumS series are to be released as individual BFD2 kit libraries in the early part of 2012 with the first two available now.
Pricing and Availability:
$99 each.
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