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Strezov Sampling releases TAIKOS X3M // Intro Special ends March 1

StrezovSampling

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For years the Japanese Taiko has been a constant colour in soundtracks and music productions all over the world. Applying our sampling philosophy to the various instruments of the Taiko family yielded some very organic and fresh sounding results, which combined with our X3M percussion engine are simply a joy to play.


One of our main goals was to have consistent Round Robins captured for as many playing techniques as possible to allow writing fast, but at the same time smooth and realistic sounding percussion arrangements. To achieve that we carefully edited every single sample of our 10 Round Robins manually and did as many iterations as needed after extensively testing the articulations in a real life composing environment.

In addition to to that yet another important goal for us was to expand the sonic palette of the Taiko sound by adding other instruments, which enhance, but don't alter the aesthetics of the basic sound too much. Therefore TAIKOS X3M doesn't just consist of the same stuff we have all heard countless times before, but features new and yet unheard instrument combinations breathing live into your percussion arrangements.


The recordings took place in the Sofia Session Studio where we also recorded the previous X3M libraries to allow smooth and easy layering.

Introduction Price $149 (Normal Price $179) ends March 1 2018 - additional crossgrades for owners of TUPANS X3M and THUNDER X3M available upon login on our website.
 

Robo Rivard

Senior Member
Congratulations George! This is a magnificent library, and you really did a great job at capturing the natural tone of the instrument. No "loudness war" here, and we hear the instrument as it should be heard. I like your musical approach to sampling and your respect for the instrument. It doesn't sound like a piece of over-compressed cardboard, like most "cinematic" instruments out there. Thanks!
 

Strezov

Active Member
Thank you - this has always been the philosophy behind our instruments and it makes me feel extremely happy when I see people appreciating what we do. Thank you!
 

Mundano

Active Member
Congratulations George! This is a magnificent library, and you really did a great job at capturing the natural tone of the instrument. No "loudness war" here, and we hear the instrument as it should be heard. I like your musical approach to sampling and your respect for the instrument. It doesn't sound like a piece of over-compressed cardboard, like most "cinematic" instruments out there. Thanks!
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