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Drum Sounds Collection




Overview

Are you bored with the same old rehashed drum sounds you can find in dozens of sample packs and libraries these days? If you're still out there looking for something new and original, then you have to check this out!

Plasticlicks is a collection of over 1500 totally fresh, ready-to-use drum sounds!

New original sounds

All the sounds in this collection have been designed completely from scratch with the goal of creating something truly unique in the world of electronic drums. Not a single preexisting sample has been used during the creation of these sounds: they're all completely original, built from the ground up—a full spectrum of carefully designed drum sounds.

What's inside

Get it now and you'll see how rich and evocative synthetic drums truly can be when done right! Within this library you'll find surgically precise sounds that will cut through your mix like a hot knife through butter. You'll find short, aggressive percussion sounds and longer, metallic stabs; expressive and clean kicks, sometimes grimed with unusual hums. From entirely and purposefully synthetic timbres to almost acoustic-sounding drums, you'll find it all here!

No matter if you're working on minimal, experimental, club, or even pop music, in Plasticlicks you'll be sure to find exactly what you're looking for!

With Plasticlicks, we present you with a new world of sonic discovery: simply put, this is the new must-have drum collection for electronic musicians and producers everywhere!

This production from D16 Group was created by a very talented sound designer S3MPL3X.

Compatibility

This library is compatible with any kind of software that allows to import/load:
  • Wave files,
  • Akai S5000/S6000 programs,
  • SF2 (Sound Fonts).

Available formats

This library is available in following formats:
  • Wave files (sampled at 44100 kHz, 24 bits of resolution) + .akp files (Akai S5000/S6000 programs). Each .akp covers four different wave files sampled at one of four different velocity levels.

    disk space required: 1130 MB

  • Sound Font 2 (sampled at 44100 kHz, 24 bits of resolution). Each sound font contains sampled sounds at four different velocity levels.

    disk space required: 754 MB

Sound examples

Awards


Reviews

Computer Music, February 2011
» If you're into anally sculpting drum sounds or programming weird beats, it's terrific tool with distinctive vibe. Score: 9/10. «
Wusik Magazine, January 2011
» It's got a distinct analog flavor, and it has one of the widest range of samples available at your disposal. With that being said, Plasticlicks is a great buy. It is ready to be a solid addition to any electronic music productions. (read full review here «
Pro|tone, 08/2010
» We especially liked the fx-hihats, kicks and synthetic percussion as there are lots of new and inspiring sounds in there, giving you the right ingredients even for a simple, basic drum setup. [...] persueing the Minimal or Electronica genre you will most likely be amazed by these high-quality, creative drum sounds supporting your music just the right way. (read full review here) «
Waveformless, 08/2010
» The sounds are uncompromisingly analog-sounding [...] The kicks have lots of punch, the snares are crisp and snappy, and the hats are bright and clear. The multiple velocity levels are more noticeable on some sounds than others, but can add a very subtle, but effect liveliness when they work well. (read full review here) «

Testimonials

» Very nice sound design... logically arranged... You can start from scratch with those samples to build up a new track easily! «

Patrick Lindsey
» When sounds start sparking ideas immediately, you know they're good! Plasticlicks is an enormous collection of the coolest boings, smacks, bumps and thuds; each one completely unique and interesting.

The moment I loaded them up I was straight into making beats…the sounds are perfect for electronic productions, but add great spice to any genre.

This library will have a long life in my music and is of the standard of excellence I've come to expect from D16 who make killer tools for musicians and producers.«

Dave Smith / Groove Quantize

Structure

Library contains 1611 different drum sounds:
  • Claps (39 patches)
  • Closed Hihats (298 patches)
  • Cowbells (19 patches)
  • FX Hihats (99 patches)
  • Hits (60 patches)
  • Kicks (300 patches)
  • Metal Percussion (16 patches)
  • Mini Percussion (20 patches)
  • Open Hihats (227 patches)
  • Percussion (74 patches)
  • SFX (33 patches)
  • Shakers (40 patches)
  • Snare Drum Substitutes (51 patches)
  • Snare Drums (216 patches)
  • Synthetic Percussion (109 patches)
  • Tambourines (10 patches)
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