Hello Composers, Mike here! =)
Today I will review a great percussion library called Drum Fury by Sample Logic.
My Overall Impression: I had so much fun trying out this library, because no only is there so much content in there. The minimalistic design and workflow makes it so easy and fun to just jump into any patch and start playing. In fact, the playability and dynamic response is amazing…and wow does it sound good!
Drum Fury – Apocalyptic Drums
Drum Fury is a cinematic percussion library with a huge range of sounds in its arsenal.
113 instruments in 10.64 GB of Sample Content, totaling 35,149 Samples.
You get Big Bass Drums, Taikos, Timpanis, Toms in all shapes and styles, Cymbals, Marching Drums, Cinematic Impacts…and much more.
It features a beautiful and minimalistic interface that makes it a joy to work with. All the essential controls are clearly laid out. However, the playability is already very good, so I found myself rarely adjusting these controls when I tested the library.
Here’s a walkthrough video of Drum Fury:
My Favorite things are:
- The Great Playability (Sounds great out of the Box)
- The Interface (I love the clear layout)
- No pages to browse through
- Option to Create Custom Ensembles
- The Range of Instruments available
I would have loved it even more if it was available in NKS-format for my Komplete Kontrol keyboard. But overall, I am very satisfied with this library, and I have already added it to my cinematic percussion template.
If you are looking for a new cinematic percussion library with a great sound, ease of use, and nice playability out of the box…Drum Fury might be perfect for you. Learn more about Drum Fury here.
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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