Which Percussion Library To Add?

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by BenG, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. constaneum

    constaneum Senior Member

    what about sample logic's latest drum fury ?
     
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  2. nickmurraymusic

    nickmurraymusic New Member

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    Check out this new one called Drum Fury:
     
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  3. ScoreFace

    ScoreFace Active Member

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    Seems nice for the small price! :)
     
  4. StillLife

    StillLife Senior Member

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    Modwheel's Per+ Redux. Talk about value for money.
     
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    BenG

    BenG Senior Member

    Took a look/listen, while I do really like the sound, I feel something a bit bigger/in-your-face would be better for me right now!
     
  6. storyteller

    storyteller Senior Member

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    Action Strikes + a good reverb is excellent for trailers like this. Of course a number of the others mentioned here are as well. Evolution Series World Percussion, HZ Percussion, and 8dio Epic Frame Drums and Toms are other favorites of mine... though I would tend to return to Action Strikes for things like this.
     
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  7. Joshua Maikawa

    Joshua Maikawa New Member

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    Cinesamples' Drums of War is great too!
     
  8. ScoreFace

    ScoreFace Active Member

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    Yes, it is the only library that has a huge but somehow warm and natural sound at the same time:)
     
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  9. reutunes

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    Jumping in to say that the oft-discussed "SAGA" is on sale for a limited period at 55% OFF - Now just €59.

    Absolute bargain if you ask me.
     
  10. Mark Schmieder

    Mark Schmieder Active Member

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    Except that it's in a completely different category of cinematic always-loud stuff (which there's plenty of, but not at that bargain price, and not generally including Brasilian stuff, even if in a rather atypical context). For Hollywood-style film composers though, it's probably a good match. I'm not seeing from the product demos or info page that it would work well for jazz, world music, small-scale orchestra, etc.
     

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