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An update - Hot damn, our two new December releases - Anti-drum and Rust - are finally out. Yay! The libraries are a compilation of highly unconventional percussive instruments ranging from soda-cans to bowed saw, from boot stomps and scrapes, to water cooler drums, to stairwell railing percussion, monkey balls and baby toys. Together, Anti-Drum and Rust contain 38 unique instruments with a total of over 5,000 samples. Both collections are awesome if you're into way out of the ordinary percussion and there are a few quasi-melodic instruments in both libraries as well. They're both built specifically for Kontakt 2 or 3 right now, but we'll try to get ports to EXS, Sample Tank and Battery going fairly soon. We'll need people who can port and beta test pretty soon, but I'll post a thread for that when we're ready to get going with it. Tonehammer Anti-Drum contains 19 unconventional percussive instruments sampled in a variety of ways, in various locations. It is a celebration of every day objects and sounds transforming into new- and interesting musical instruments. The Anti-Drum instruments ranges from work boot stomps to water bottle thwacks, clicking baby toys, wall balls, ukulele- and guitar drums, to shock mount thunks and clapping ensembles. It contains just about 1GB and includes 2400 samples. Tonehammer Rust is a hymn to man-made metal. The library contains 18 different metallic “instruments” ranging from huge sounding Stairwell Railings to a tiny Soda Can Ensemble, from dumpster percussion to an old coal mine air shaft, from Bowed saw to Monkey balls and much more. It contains nearly 2700 samples, totaling over 1 GB. Here are a few of the demos again, to give you an idea of the kinds of sounds the libraries offer. A couple of them are new: Anti-Drum Demo 1 (by Troels Folmann): Featuring: Water Cooler Ensemble, Drum Circle, Stomp Ensemble, Clap Ensemble, Baby Toys, Evil Male Voices, Shouts, Ukelele Drum, Shock Mount. Anti-Drum Demo 2 (by Troels Folmann): Featuring: Clicky Toy, Guitar Drum, Handball Court Drums, Shockmount, Ukelele Drum, Wall Ball, Water Cool . This demo contains additional samples from Tonehammer Hang Drum and Solo Vocals (future release). Anti-Drum Demo 2 alternate version (by Troels Folmann): Featuring: Clicky Toy, Guitar Drum, Handball Court Drums, Shockmount, Ukelele Drum, Wall Ball, Water Cooler. Rust Demo 1 (by Troels Folmann): Featuring: Paint Can Drum, Soda-Can Ensemble, Monkey Balls, Brass Rails, Ukelele Drum, Baby Toys, Solo Clap, Shock Mount, Black Diamond Airshaft, Bowed Saw, Stairwell Railing, UMSI Observatory, Handball Court Drums and Tonehammer Hang Drum. Rust Demo 2 (by Troels Folmann): Featuring: Bottles and Chairs, Black Diamond Shaft, City Museum, Dumpster / Junk Yard Percussion, Paint Can, Soda-Can Ensemble, Willow Bridge and Tonehammer Tom Ensemble Vol. 1 and 2. Rust Demo 3: (by Mike Peaslee) Featuring: Monkey Balls, Stairwell Railing, Brass Rail, Solo Claps. [Edited by - Tonehammer on December 17, 2008 2:30:24 AM]

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Your demos sound great. Are all of the sounds in the demo available in your sample packages (Rust, anti-Drum or other packages from your company)?

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Your demos sound great. Are all of the sounds in the demo available in your sample packages (Rust, anti-Drum or other packages from your company)?


Yup, every last note.

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I'm really excited about the stuff you've been releasing - it sounds great, and the prices are really good too. As soon as I'm a bit more caught up financially I know where I'm going to be spending some $.

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