Alive Underground Drums V2
Version: Kontakt 4.2.3 / NCW / V1
Massive Epic Drums
Download Method: Kontakt Hub
Alive Underground Drums is a huge collection of high-end drum kits recorded in a large underground carpark for epic drums.
We have recorded each element with high-end gear (Rode NT4 mic + Nagra LB recorder) in high definition (88kHz 24 bit stereo), on several zones (except kicks) and always with 6 random robins.
Please Note: The FULL version of Kontakt 4.2.3 is required. Not for Kontakt Player.
As a professional drummer and producer, I must say...these samples KILL!!! I was blown away. For me, the true test of any sample library are the cymbals. These guys have done an extraordinary job on the sound and articulations here!!! FINALLY, drum samples that I would feel comfortable using and not having to set up my real drumset. I never thought I'd say that. Great job!!!!
Master Mind Artists via Disqus
As a professional drummer and classical percussionist, I can tell that the sensation of real touch can be felt in Nicolas's samples. He did an amazing job!!
Take time to listen to it.
Samual Domergue via Disqus
With our interface you'll be able to mix the different elements and shape your sound with the ADSR envelope, the compressors and the EQs.*
This is a massive instrument and a true labour of love (almost a year of work) ! Listen to our demos and watch our presentation video to discover this exciting product !
Individual EQs for every channel with 'Link'. Link individual channels together and apply custom EQ chains across different drums at the same time.
Latest Updates and Features
- +3500 samples in 44.1kHz 24 bit stereo, 18 prepared nki patches, 3.1GB on drive (ncw lossless format).*
- New GUI with new features for every patch
- Offset knob + Midi Learn function + CC4 controler for the hi-hat opening, especially designed for edrummers
- Midi files from the audio demos
- 4 kicks
- 9 snares
- 3 alto toms
- 2 medium toms
- 3 floor toms
- 3 hi-hats
- 8 rides
- 12 crash cymbals
One Of My Favourites
An absolute must have to keep handy. Goes exceptionally well with libraries like Apocalypse Ensemble for example.