Big Bang Cinematic Percussion

Big Bang Cinematic Percussion 2.3

Whether you are searching for that extra bit of rhythmic flavor...
 
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Whether you are searching for that extra bit of rhythmic flavor, or striving to create the most epic of battle cues, Big Bang Cinematic Percussion 2 packs the punch you need to get the job done in minutes. At its core, Big Bang Cinematic Percussion serves up a powerful selection of cinematic drum and percussion instruments, all painstakingly created by top SONiVOX sound designers and ready to spark some serious fire under your musical scores. Each instrument has been lavishly captured, and was played with the proper professional technique. The multi-velocity, multi-take round robin format provides the pinnacle of realism.
The percussion world is constantly evolving. Big Bang Cinematic Percussion 2 offers exacting control over a host of sound parameters. The Amp page provides detailed pitch, dynamic, pan, and volume control, where as the Filter page offers a choice of filters with excellent tonal control. Both the Amp and Filter include five-stage envelope for shaping each sound. Big Bang Cinematic Percussion 2 allows you to maximize the sound potential of each kit. Eight stereo outputs and eight stereo effect busses allow you custom-configure the output, EQ, and Delay routing exactly how you need it.
The handy Note Repeat function will continue to retrigger the active drum at some pre-selected beat/tempo value for as long as you hold down the pad, key, or trigger, making it easy to build up complex parts quickly. And speaking of tempo, Big Bang Cinematic Percussion 2 uses the SONiVOX Intelligent Rhythm Control (IRC) to keep your playing in the pocket. Combining the IRC Resolution and IRC Gate adjusts incoming MIDI note data so your playing is accurately in-time, in real-time. In addition, the stereo delay allows either the Left or Right channel--or both--to be synchronized to beat values of the current tempo, tying your sound, song, and effects together.

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