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This download of The Grange Sound Library from Spitfire Audio is a collection of 38,557 drum sounds created by Roger Taylor, Chad Smith and Andy Cangadeen, and recorded in Headley Grange, England.
The Grange features the Kickstart Engine, which is a Kontakt interface dedicated to percussive instruments and libraries. It allows Spitfire libraries to provide an organized collection of percussive instruments with a quick and easy way of accessing their various playing styles and techniques in a single patch. The Loop Browser allows you to load up an array of grooves by clicking on the little loop lamps on your GUI. In the "general" tab you can then hit "sync to tempo" and the groove will match that of your sequence.
Easy Tweaks- Mixed stems that allow you instantly tweak the sound.
Kit Mics - These are your close mics—use these to create your finely tweaked multi-tracks.
Mixes - These are your sublime, spring-out-of-the-box mixes prepared for you by Nick Taylor.
Stereos - These are different ambient signals that you should use in conjunction with your kit mics to create your next award-winning recording.
Perspectives, Mixes & Mics
T - Tight
M - Mid
E - Epic
St - Super Tight (Andy's kit only)
K - Kick
Sn - Snare
HH - Hi Hat
To - Toms
Stereo Perspectives (for use in conjunction with kit mics):
T - Tight Ambient Mics
G - Ground-Floor Ambient Mics
E - 1st-Floor Ambient Mics
E - 2nd-Floor Ambient Mics
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