Best Cinematic Percussion VSTHello Composers! Mike here, with a quick guide on the Best Cinematic Percussion Libraries. =)

Cinematic Percussion ranges from the biggest baddest Taikos and Timpani, to the slamming epic toms, all the way to the lightest bells, cymbals and mallets. And the sound can go from the deepest booms in the lows, to the light airy shimmer in the highs.

All kinds of percussion is used for cinematic music. Traditional orchestral percussion. ethnic and world percussion, as well as hybrid sound design percussion.

But which Cinematic Percussion VST Library should you choose? Well, here is my complete list of recommendations for you (in no particular order):

Best Cinematic Percussion VST Libraries in 2019

  1. HZ Percussion (Spitfire Audio)
  2. Spitfire Percussion (Spitfire Audio)
  3. Damage (Heavyocity)
  4. Ensemble Drums Collection (Heavyocity)
  5. CinePerc (Cinesamples)
  6. Berlin Percussion (Orchestral Tools)
  7. StrikeForce (Laboratory Audio)
  8. Action Strikes (Native Instruments)
  9. SAGA – Acoustic Trailer Percussion (Red Room Audio)
  10. Symphony Series Percussion (Native Instruments)
  11. Taiko Creator (In Session Audio)
  12. Cerberus (Audio Imperia)
  13. Sinfonia Drums (Audio Imperia)
  14. True Strike (Project Sam)
  15. LADD (Audiobro)
  16. StormDrum (EastWest)
  17. Rhapsody (Impact Soundworks)
  18. Apocalypse Percussion (Soundiron)

My name is Mikael “Mike” Baggström, and I am a composer, sound designer, artist, video creator, coffee lover, and true nerd…

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