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The True Strike Volume 1 from ProjectSAM is a percussion library for Mac and Windows computers that focuses on orchestral percussion. It can be used
by engineers, producers, and musicians to create music in audio applications for films, broadcast TV, recording studios, games, and more.
The True Strike library provides 51 orchestral percussion instruments in multiple concert hall mic positions. This re-released version of True Strike has been completely re-designed for the Kontakt format and comes with Native Instruments Kontakt Player.
You'll find a list of playing techniques: up to 6 dynamics, sustained and dampened notes, tremolo, tremolo-crescendo in three lengths, crescendo-decrescendo, and hard-mallet fortissimo. There are also suspenseful special effects such as pedal bends and cymbal/bowl on timpani
Gran Cassa & Snares
True Strike is aimed at cinematic use. Therefore the gran casa and snare ensembles are powerful. The library also includes single snare drum (snares on and off), military drum and field drum samples
The ensemble hits bank are ensemble recordings of gran casa and low-tuned timpani playing together
True Strike covers five melodic percussion instruments: glockenspiel, marimba, vibraphone, tubular bells and celesta. The celesta is sampled in a concert hall and offered in three microphone positions
There is an extensive set of small percussion instruments, among which are four woodblocks, five temple blocks, whip, barchimes, belltree, four cowbells, triangle, tambourine, castanets and sleighbells