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Uppercussion releases "Conundrums" and "Monstrosities" for Maschine, Live, Geist, Battery, and more

Uppercussion has announced the release of Conundrums and Monstrosities, two new synthetic drum kit libraries for Maschine, Live 9, Geist, Battery, and several other software sampler formats.

Conundrums is a collection of 50 drum kits designed to be a go-to library for all kinds of productions created with a 16-pad interface. The library includes processed sounds originating from studio sessions, field recordings, and both analog and digital sound synthesis. Conundrums will add kicks, snares and claps, hihats and cymbals, percussion, hits and more to a beat-creation arsenal. All of the kits use a similar drum mapping, making it easy to switch among them while playing beats or using patterns.

Monstrosities is a drum kit library designed for the times when the user gets angry and needs to create music. These kits are dirty, distorted, processed, over-processed, disturbing, and sometimes hostile. The kits in this collection include a wide range of kicks, snares, cymbals, hits, strikes, bashes, roars, blasts, and industrial accidents.

Conundrums Tech Specs:

  • 50 Conundrums kits.
  • 800 samples, 16 samples per kit.
  • Samples are 24-bit, 44.1 kHz.
  • Formats include Maschine, Live 9, Geist, Battery, Kontakt, EXS24, Halion and Reason NN-XT, and single WAV samples.
  • Sample folders are easily accessible and sorted by sound type.
  • Total size is 175 MB.

Monstrosities Tech Specs:

  • 50 Monstrosities Kits.
  • 800 samples, 16 samples per kit.
  • Samples are 24-bit, 44.1 kHz.
  • Formats include Maschine, Live 9, Geist, Battery, Kontakt, EXS24, Halion and Reason NN-XT, and single WAV samples.
  • Sample folders are easily accessible and sorted by sound type.
  • Total size is 210 MB.

Limited Time Offer: Conundrums and Monstrosities can be purchased together as a bundle for $49 until March 31st, 2013. Both Conundrums and Monstrosities can be purchased separately for $29 each.

https://soundcloud.com/uppercussion/sets/conundrums-demos

https://soundcloud.com/uppercussion/sets/monstrosities-demos

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