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Hip Hop Drum Kit: 'Boom Bap Nostalgic':

Shout out to the guys over at  From the guys themselves:


If you love old school, crunchy sampled drums then we have a treat for you. 

Boom Bap Nostalgic is a brand new library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

If you like super tight, clean drums then this is not for you. But if you love that vintage vinyl feel - then you'll love this library.

Vinyl Drum Samples > Akai MPC 60 / Akai S950 = CRUNCHY DRUMS
These samples have that gorgeous, warm crackly goodness that only comes from real, vintage processing using the Akai MPC60 and Akai S950. These legendary samplers added that sexy 12-bit crunch to this library!

Boom Bap Nostalgic Kontakt Library includes:
3 Full Drum Kits: Gritty, Punchy & Raw
1 Patch of Noise, Crackles & Vinyl Hum
1 EMU SP12 Bass Patch
1 Patch of Drum Rolls and Fills
ADSR controls to manipulate and control the samples
Vintage Mode: Gives extra punch and flava to samples
Multi Instrument settings with Stereo Out and Multi Outs for easy mixing
Samples Include: Kicks, Snare, Cymbals, Toms, Percussion etc  

"The Producers Choice is definitely one of my go to sites for production sounds now. Sonically, ALL their sounds have so much depth!"
Grammy Award Winning Producer Symbolyc One
"I can only say wow... your samples are the best I've ever heard"
Mauro Marrapodi (Producers Choice Customer)

RRP - $63.00
Our Price - $29

** Your free copy of HD SSL Vinyl Drum Kit will be sent to you automatically after your order is placed **
P.S - We promise you our tried and tested 30 day satisfaction guarantee. If you buy the kit and don't like it, email us and we will refund very penny immediately - and you can keep the kit as a gift from us!
P.P.S - This library will be delivered to your email INSTANTLY. No Waiting.
Join thousands of happy customers - scroll up to the top of this page and hit the green button to purchase your copy today. See you on the other side!

NOTE - You'll need a full version of Kontakt 4.3 or 5 to use the Boom Bap Nostalgic Library!

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