* An average of 6-8 velocities / with 8-10 repetitions pr. velocity)* 19 instrument collections, 26 patches, 2440 samples, 933 MB installed, 297 MB .rar download* Sample resolution: 44.1Khz/16Bit stereo wav format* Format(s): Kontakt and .wav* Note: Native Instruments Kontakt 2.2.4 / 3 full retail versions required.
Tonehammer Anti-Drum Volume 1 facts:Inc .Instruments:o Antidrum Hall ensemble – the biggest and best of Antidrum’s large hall percussion, right at your fingertipso Antidrum Room ensemble – the tightest and most playable of Antidrum’s small hall percussion ensembles.o Alien Tube – This horrible little thing is a plastic tube with a sliding widget inside, recorded in a small bright hall.o Boot Stomps – heavy steel toed boots stomping on a hard tile floor, recorded in a large bright hall.o Clap Ensemble – 4 guys clapping in a small bright hallo Clap Solo – Close, dry hand and wrist claps and grabs programmed for fast, tight percussion parts.o Clicky Toy – Small plastic clicky, squeaky baby toy in a large bright hall.o Couch Ensemble – sticks striking leather couches in a small bright hall.o Djembe Ensemble – metal djembes played in a small bright hall. Includes side clicks, strikes and strikes with shouts.o Drum Circle – Djembes, mixed small percussion, didgeridoo and other stuff in a small bright hall, cut into loops at various tempos.o Guitardrum – Acoustic guitar played as a drum with bare hands in a large bright hall. Includes metal string slides and effects.o Handball Court Drums – Djembe strikes, clicks and hand claps, recorded inside a giant outdoor concrete cube. Springy and weird.o Hot Tub Knock – Underwater hot tub thumps, recorded using a stereo pair of hydrophones.o Nailgun – Pneumatic nail gun driving large nails into 1/2? plywood sheets. Recorded in an outdoor construction site.o Shockmount – A stereo pair of large diaphragm mics in special shock mounts being gently thumped. It actually sounds really cool.o Shouts – Male ensemble shouting in a small bright hall, with stabs and swells.o Sneaker Screeches – Converse All-Stars stomping and screeching on tile floor in a large, bright hall.o Ukedrum – Ukulele played backwards as a drum. Recorded close and dry, with 3 variably dampened articulations.o Wallball – A big red rubber ball being bounced and struck with a drumstick in a large bright hall.o Water Cooler Ensemble – Big plastic water-cooler bottles being whacked with drumsticks in unison, in a large bright hall.* Indoor, outdoor, hall and studio recordings. Please note that both outdoor field recordings and hall ensemble recordings are especially prone to human, animal and other random noise pollution finding it’s way into samples. It’s just a reality of sampling in the real world, but we think little flaws in otherwise outstanding recordings can add a lot of natural character and flavor to mixes. We aim to be more human than machine, though we are in fact made of cold, hard metal and wires. And also bubblegum.The Tonehammer Anti-Drum contains 19 unconventional percussive instruments sampled in a variety of exotic locations totalling about 1GB and 2400 samples. It is a celebration of every day objects and sounds transforming into new- and interesting musical instruments. The Anti-Drum instruments ranges from workboot stomps to water bottle thwacks, clicking baby toys, wall balls, ukulele and guitar drums, to shock mount thunks and clapping ensembles. The majority of instruments have been sampled in orchestral halls and large studio rooms, so they have a natural acoustic verb, which allows instant integration into templates.