Native Instruments has introduced Abbey Road Vintage Drummer, a new Kontakt instrument that features the sound of two Vintage drum kits from the 1940s.
Both kits were recorded with a combination of state-of-the-art equipment and period microphones at Abbey Road Studios in London, providing a natural, open sound suitable for contemporary productions. For the first time in Native Instruments’ successful Abbey Road Series, Vintage Drummer includes brush articulations especially recorded to provide the authentic sound and style of the swing/big band era.
Abbey Road Vintage Drummer features y rare instruments from the earliest period of trap kit recording. The first kit consists of a 1940 Leedy 26-inch bass drum, and two late-1930s tom toms once owned and used by the legendary percussionist James Blades. Vintage Drummer also features brush articulations — a first for an Abbey Road Series release.
Abbey Road Vintage Drummer is available at the NI Online Shop for US$119. Additional information on Abbey Road Vintage Drummer is available at: