Pressure Samples returns with the third installment of 'Essential One Shots', featuring 1200 pristine and analog processed drum hits, featuring an array of key labeled drum kicks, clashing claps & snares, crispy hi-hats, wonky percussion and must-have cymbals.
In order to attain a good and balanced drum section, the usage and mixing of proper drum sounds is a prerequisite. Also, there is no pump, no groove and no rhythm without drum elements.
HY2ROGEN digs deep in his secret stash of sounds and offers another set of quality must-have drum one shots that should not be missed. These sounds work really well with EDM genres such as electro house, progressive house, future house, bass house, tech house, house, trap and beyond.
What you get is 1200 WAV one shots broken down into 5 folders that include 300 key labelled kicks, 300 claps & snares (100 single claps, 100 single snares, 100 stacked claps & snares), 200 hi-hats, 300 percussion shots (100 electro percussion, 100 misc percussion, 100 tom & low perc), 100 cymbals (50 crashes and 50 rides).
We have also included 184 software sampler files (EXS24, Kontakt, NNXT, Halion) for easy access and usage within your workflow.
All of the sounds are offered as 24bit 44.1Khz WAV one shots along with sampler patches for the upper mentioned software.
Please Note: Only Drum Samples are included, Melodical and Vocal sounds in the Demo song are not included and for illustation only.
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