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Big Fish Audio Epic Drums DVD (Apple Loops, REX, WAV, RMX, & Acid Formats)
Big Fish Audio
Epic Drums DVD (Apple Loops, REX, WAV, RMX, & Acid Formats)
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The Big Fish Audio Epic Drums DVD (Apple Loops, REX, WAV, RMX, & Acid Formats) is a collection of high-energy, cinematic drum, and rhythm beds played by top-notch percussionists and organized into 40 construction kits (more than 2.5 GB of WAV files). Each kit features multiple loops and extended performances, employing an array of percussive instruments from Japanese taikos to ethnic drums, orchestral percussion, massive toms, field snares, metals, effect percussion, and a lot more. It is an ideal tool for producers, composers, and sound designers. Epic Drums is an ideal way to add percussive impact to your musical creations.
Apple Loop / REX / WAV / RMX / Acid version: 6.9 GB on a 2 disc set (2.71 GB of 24-bit WAV files)
1267 WAV loops on disk
40 construction kits from 65 to 180 BPM
All construction kits contain a full mix and all the elements broken out into individual loops
Big drums, big hits, gran casa, massive toms, bass drum, big toms, epic toms, frame drum, and roto toms
Taikos, darbuka, djembe, gong, china cymbals, bachi, dholak, shaku sticks, and talking drum
Cymbals, piatti, snares, timpani, and ride
Congos, bongos, synth drums, cymbal FX, various metals, synth toms, wind chimes, and piano FX
Table of Contents
Drums & Percussion
Big Fish Audio Epic Drums DVD (Apple Loops, REX, WAV, RMX, & Acid Formats) Review