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  • Pandrum HALiON
    18 October 2020
    Categories: HALion, Presets

    Pandrum HALiON

    Pandrum HALiON

    P2P | 19/04/2020 | 2.93 GB

    Explore a whole new cosmos of sound with the Pandrum library. It includes six deeply sampled handpans and two tongue drums, which can be layered with instruments like a felt piano to create truly otherworldly sounds. Combined with intelligent sound design tools and playing features, Pandrum is an intuitive and modern sound library for HALion.



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    • Steel Pan ELASTiK
      3 September 2020
      Categories: Audio Samples, ELASTiK

      Steel Pan ELASTiK

      TALULA | 06.03.2020 | 472 MB

      Alongside the classic sound of reggae, nothing conjures images of the Caribbean more than the steel pan drum. Originating from magesy download Trinidad and Tobago, originally built from magesy download large industrial drums used for liquid transport, the chromatically-tuned pan drum is played with mallets. The instrument has a colourful history and is instantly associated with the sound of the Caribbean carnival. Our Steel Pan library, part of the Elastik Instrument Series, captures the full character of the drum’s distinctive sound.



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      • 10 Common Panning Mistakes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
        21 August 2020
        Categories: Tutorials

        10 Common Panning Mistakes

        SYNTHiC4TE | April 27 2016 | 130 MB

        Panning is a technique that, when messed up, can ruin an otherwise healthy mix. Don’t fret! J.A is here to explain what NOT to do when when setting up your audio panorama. Let US make the mistakes so YOU won’t have to! Left, right, center? Somewhere in-between? Where’s the best place to put that sound to add clarity and space to your mix? And even more to the point: Why do certain instruments, when panned incorrectly, seem to clog up and diminish the effectiveness of a track? These are the questions that get answered and explained in this Common Panning Mistakes course by expert J.A.



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        • Steel Pan Trap III WAV MiDi
          21 August 2020

          Steel Pan Trap III WAV MiDi

          Steel Pan Trap III

          HiDERA | 21 August 2020 | 473.06 MB

          Typically characterized by dark, gritty, and intense moods, the introduction of steel pan (or steel drum) into trap beats could have been jarring, but rather, it felt like a natural progression. It’s the perfect complement to the genre’s increased use of triplet hi-hats, punchy snares, and low basslines. The ethereal, hollow tones of the steel pan add brightness without adding too much levity. In this Originals pack, accomplished and acclaimed pannist Freddy Harris III crafted steel pan sounds specifically to be used in hip hop and trap beats. We added trap drums and sub basses to round out the package. Find one-shots and loops to add some Caribbean flare to your tracks in this pack.



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          • Pan Knob v1.0.2 WiN MAC-R2R
            17 June 2020
            Categories: AAX, AU, macOS, RTAS, VST, VST3, WiNDOWS, x64, x86

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            Pan Knob v1.0.2 WiN MAC

            Team R2R | 04 Sep 2019 | WIN: 4.8 MB | OSX: 11.1 MB

            WiN32/64 – VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX | MacOSX – AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX

            Traditional pan knobs are outdated. Simply put, Pan Knob is a better sounding way to pan, to make your mixes translate well on all playback systems. Why do I need a plugin for a tool that every daw has? Yes, this plugin is a pan knob in plugin format. But the truth is, the way traditional pan knobs work kind of sucks for headphone listeners, and according to polls, about 87% of people listen to their music on headphones. Have you ever listened to a mix that had one instrument panned hard to one side? It sounds ok on monitors, but sounds awful on headphones. That’s because traditional panning don’t take headphone listeners into consideration. Have you ever heard a mix where you have two distinct guitar tones panned to opposite sides, but one dominates the low end and makes the entire mix feel lopsided? That’s because traditional panning treats all frequencies equally, even though our ears don’t.



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