77% off “Omnidrums” by Have Audio

77% off “Omnidrums” by Have Audio

Recorded with an insane level of detail (up to 12 dynamics and 8 round robins), “Omnidrums” offers total control over the mixing (12 channels) bringing the recording studio experience right to your computer.

It features drums techniques never sampled so far (stacks and sounds of each kit element hit in multiple positions) and gives you tons of color variation for each element for an absolute realistic and modern drumming experience!

Note: Requires the FULL retail version of Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher (NOT compatible with the Free Kontakt Player).

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One Of The Most Complete & Detailed Drum Sample Libraries Ever Made

Likely one of the most complete, omni-comprehensive drum VSTs on the market, “Omnidrums” is much more than just another great drum instrument for Kontakt. It’s 2 instruments in 1!

Features

  • Approx. 20 GB compressed file
  • 50000+ samples .ncw format
  • 12 mic positions you can mix, solo and pan for creative results
  • 34 Factory patches
  • 16 blank user patches to create your own sets and presets
  • 21 different Kick sounds: 18 – 20 – 24 with different tunings and playing techniques
  • 120+ snare sounds and techniques: one shots, drag, rim, rim-drag, rolls, press rolls, harmonics, stacks, tunings and special effects
  • 120+ snare roll techniques, from standard to unconventional: different shapes, dynamics and length
  • 140+ tom sounds and techniques: one shots, rim shots, drag, rim-drag, rolls, harmonics, tunings and special effects
  • 200+ cymbal sounds and techniques (hi-hat, ride, crashes) including one shots, positions (cymbals played in multiple positions to get different colors), rolls, effects, stacks, prototypes and odd cymbals etc.
  • 230+ time stretchable loops and rhythmic patterns
  • 43 time stretchable Jazz fills
  • Lots of creative textures and objects

Note: Requires the FULL retail version of Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher (NOT compatible with the Free Kontakt Player).

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Immerse Yourself In A Massive 20GB Collection Of Drums & Percussion Instruments

“Omnidrums” features a large selection of deeply sampled percussion instruments and toys that can be shaped and manipulated in a huge variety of ways for your productions.

THE DRUMS:

  • Bass Drum (4): 24×14, 20×14, 18×14, 14×14
  • Toms: 12’, 13’, 14’, 16’ + different tuning
  • The Snares That Were Used:
  • Sonor 14×5 Prolite Brass
  • Ludwig Supraphonic 14 x6,5
  • Ludwig Maple Vintage (30’s) 6 lugs: 14x 5
  • Gretsch Maple Vintage Round Badge 60’s 14×5
  • Ludwig Acrolite 70’s: 14×5 + different tunings
  • Tutti FX – clusters, atonal textures, avant-garde effects

ADDITIONAL CYMBALS & PERCUSSIONS:

  • Super 15’ Hi Hat
  • Splash Zildjian 6’
  • Splash Bosphorus (8’, 10’)
  • Splash 12
  • Raw Cymbals & Broken Cymbals (different sizes)
  • Percussions, Toys and Djembes

CYMBALS:

  • Bosphorus Ride 24 (Syncopation)
  • Hi Hat 15’ prototype
  • Hi Hat Master Vintage Series 13’
  • Crash 18 Master Series
  • Crash 18 Syncopation
  • Zildjian Old K
  • 22 Ride (2): 40’s, 50’s
  • Hi Hats (2): 60’s, 70’s
  • Hi Hats (1) 15’

CREDITS:

  • Instruments: Drums, percussions and toys
  • Musician: Miguel “Pete” Benito
  • Recorded at Pull Push Studio, Madrid, Spain
  • Sound Engineer: Santiago Quizhpe
  • GUI Design and Artwork: Voger Design




Upfront, Unconventional, Unpredictable

“Omindrums” is part of the Envision series of libraries by Have Audio especially designed for modern film composers and all those musicians and producers looking for unique sounds and textures for their musical productions.

Have Audio aim to envision new instruments or new ways of playing “ordinary” ones. All instruments belonging to this series are hybrid, 2 instruments in 1: the acoustic instrument – sampled with a great amount of detail – and the sound design engine that will let you shape and envision your own instrument!

With this in mind Have Audio created a custom designed interface to trigger your creativity and make tools and controls intuitive and easy to operate.

You can model new and surprising grooves by using the built-in arpeggiator or combining all the patterns and loops Have Audio recorded for you, changing tempo, reversing, adding effects and a great analog processed destructive distortion.

Last but not least, Have Audio developed a user mapping system to let you create your own drum kits and patches. We have a strong feeling that Omnidrums may become one of your favorite drum vsts and a constant color in your music palette.

Apart from being such an extensive drum vst, it can be switched into a hybrid, cinematic percussion instrument and a powerful sound design tool in just a click, thanks to its Dirt Mode with 3 different unique analog-recorded effects, its top class reverb and delay algorithms, its routing options and the powerful warp free mode.

Be sure to check the JACK tool too. This tool lets you assign any single individual channel (and also QUAKE and DEBRIS) to Kontakt outputs for advanced mixing results.

Built-in Effects And Controls

  • 3 Dirt effects: 2 (Quake and Debris) analog-processed and 1 IR
  • Built-in top class Reverb and Delay algorithms
  • Reverse Function on each sample
  • Warp: two modes (FREE, HOST)
  • User Auto-mapping system
  • 12-Channels Routing mode
  • Panning on each channel strip

You’ll find detailed instructions for all of these features in the manual HERE.

How Does Omnidrums Work?

“Omnidrums” comes with an intuitive custom designed interface to trigger your creativity and make tools and controls intuitive and easy to operate so you’ll be up and running in no time creating awesome hybrid percussion tracks!

The Interface Controls

  • 1) Patch list: select your desired patch by using the left/right arrows.
  • 2) Reverse: press this button to reverse all samples. The reverse function is ideal for creating interesting sound design and we suggest combining it with FXs (Dirt, Reverb, Delay).
  • 3) The Big Knob: in Omnidrums the big knob controls the amount of dirt applied to each sound.
  • 4) Debris: this effect, analogically processed on each sample, will sound like small pieces of rocks detaching from the surface and falling down. Ideal on textural and long samples.
  • 5) Quake: this is a very extreme and destructive distortion, analogically processed on each sample.
  • 6) Envelope: it controls the shape of the Quake’s tails. Switch it on if you want a more controllable sound and lesser distortion tail.
  • 7) Glaze: use it combined to Quake and/or Debris to add space and resonance or use it by itself if you wanna go gently.
  • 8) Arpeggiator ON/OFF: switch the arpeggiator on and off.
  • 9) Arpeggio Drop-up menu: select the arpeggio mode among 4 possibilities: Down, Up, Down & Up, Up & Down.
  • 10) Steps Display: draw the shape of each individual step with the mouse, add and erase them in order to create your own rhythmic pattern.
  • 11) OCT lets you change octave range of the sounds affected by the arpeggiator.
  • 12) Channel ON/OFF: this button on the right upper part of each channel strip (12 in total) will let you switch on and off each individual channel.
  • 13) Pan Control: change the panning for each mic to create specific effects.
  • 14) Channel Strip Fader: select the desired amount of volume for each of the microphones in use.
  • 15) Original Mix: by pressing this button, all individual microphones will be disengaged and you will hear our own mix made for each sample of the instrument.
  • 16) Delay ON/OFF: it switches the delay on and off.
  • 17) Delay Dropdown Menu: It changes the subdivision to get the best delay effect for your project.
  • 18) Mix: choose the desired amount of effect.
  • 19) Time Multiplier and Feedback: let you control how much feedback and repetitions the delay will have.
  • 20) Reverb ON/OFF: it switches the reverb on and off.
  • 21) Reverb Dropdown Menu: browse a selection of 9 great sounding reverb algorithms organized by type and sizes.
  • 22) Mix: choose the desired amount of effect.
  • 23) Warp: is a time stretch effect which allows you to change the tempo of all tempo-based samples.
  • 24) Free: by moving the Warp slider (25) you can increase or reduce Tempo of your loop/textures/fill, independently of the Tempo of your DAW project or Tempo map.
  • 25) Host: it syncs automatically each loop/textures/fill to the tempo of your DAW project or Tempo map.
  • 26) Warp slider: you can move it in Free mode to get the tempo you want.
  • 27) Pencil Tool: it opens the door to the second page of the GUI where you can map your own drum kits and patches to fit your playing habits or to organize all the sounds you want in a single keyboard instance.
  • 28) Jack/Routing Tool: it allows you to assign each of the 12 individual mic channels to Kontakt outputs for more advanced mixing and routing possibilities.











Exploring The Sounds, Loops & Textures

In “Omnidrums” you can choose between 34 different factory patches and 16 blank user ones that can be fully customized to create your own drum kits and presets, just by mapping the samples of the library the way you want thanks to a very intuitive interface.

Individual Patches

The Omnidrumset is the principal patch of the section and is like a gigantic drum set, with multiple bass drums, snares, toms and cymbals. You can choose your favorite combinations and drum kits or just imagine that you are sitting behind a huge and dream-like instrument with multiple elements, tunings, effects etc.

What Do The Colors Mean?

  • Pink Keys – All the Bass Drums available in Omnidrums. Have Audio sampled different sizes and models, with different tunings or detuned and “prepared” to conceive unique sounds.
  • Green Keys – A selection of Snare sounds and basic techniques (roll, rim shot, drags etc.)
  • Yellow Keys – A selection of Tom sounds and basic techniques (roll, rim shot, drag, etc.)
  • Orange Keys – A selection of Hi-Hat sounds (close, open, open/close etc.)
  • Light Blue Keys – A selection of Cymbals (ride and crashes). You’ll notice that 2 notes have a different color among these groups. Those are the sound produced by the drum stick over the cymbals’ stands.

The Other Individual Patches:

  • Snare Colors 1
  • Snare Colors 2
  • Rolling Snares
  • Tom Colors
  • Tom Rolls
  • Cymbal Colors
  • Cymbal Rolls
  • Objects

Loops & Rhythmic Patterns

Even if Omnidrums is not conceived as a “drumloops library” you get 11 additional patches charged with loops and rhythmic patterns. Have Audio dedicated lots of sampling time to brushes since they are one of the most neglected sounds in many sample libraries and, also, the most difficult to “fake”.

So, Have Audio recorded many brush patterns to give you a full palette to choose from in order to create realistic comping, grooves and textures. Moreover, brushes especially are super interesting for sound design and cinematic effects.

You can time stretch any loop (not only the Omniloops) to lock it to the tempo of your DAW project by using WARP. Just select HOST to have it synced directly to your DAW tempo or to follow your tempo map (useful for composers and producers working with changes in tempo).

If you want to work independently of your DAW tempo, select the FREE mode and operate the horizontal slider below that.

Jazz Fills

In this patch you can find some tasty and elegant jazz drums fills, all time-stretchable by using the Warp controller.

Omnitextures

This patch gives you a powerful textural and soundscape-oriented drum material and it’s pretty unique. Even though these drum techniques are pretty usual in most of European jazz, improvised and contemporary music, film composers have been starting to incorporate them just in the last years.

Once again, the color difference helps you identifying the drum elements mainly used for those textures. You can build incredible drum scores or incorporate those textures into your composing palette by warping them and stretch the tempo in creative ways, combining and layering them and tweaking all the effects of the engine.

Factory Drum Kits

You can choose between 8 drum kits Have Audio built to achieve some special vibes. Use them to get inspiration if you are on a tight schedule but we strongly suggest you to experiment and create your own ones!

Find Your Signature Sound With The Arpeggiator, Effects & Completely Customisable Mixing & Outputs

Mic Selector/Mixer

“Omnidrums” was recorded with a 12 microphone set up (3 mics for Kick, 3 for Snare, 1x Hi-Hat, 1x Tom1, 1x Tom2, Overhead L/R and Room. You can switch on and off each one of the 12 microphones and mix/blend them together to get the perfect sound for your project. Additionally, you can pan each channel strip to create space or unusual effects.

Do you see the JACK icon on the top left side of the mixing section? Click on it to switch it on only if you want to assign each of the 12 channels to Kontakt Outputs.

The Engine

All libraries belonging to the Envision series feature a big knob at the very center of the Interface with an animated Platonic solid, a convex polyhedron, in the middle of it. Each solid is associated to one natural element.

For Omnidrums Have Audio have chosen the cube, since it is the solid associated to the element of Earth. Drums and percussion are strongly connected with the element of Earth: they represent the foundation of music, of pulse itself and, after all, a drummer, is the musician responsible for keeping all other musicians well settled down, on solid ground.

You can choose between 3 types of Dirt, individually or combining them:

  • QUAKE: the King of Dirt. A brutal, destructive distortion. Have Audio processed all samples through analog gear and effect pedals to get a unique result.
  • Envelope Button: it controls the shape of the Quake’s tails. Switch it on if you want a more controllable sound and lesser distortion tail. Switch it off if you want to listen and use the original sound, the way it was recorded.
  • DEBRIS: this effects, analogically processed on each sample, will sound like small pieces of rocks detaching from the surface and falling down. Ideal on textural and long samples.
  • GLAZE: use it combined to Quake and/or Debris to add space and resonance or use it by itself if you wanna go gently.

The Arpeggiator

This is a very powerful device you can use to create arpeggios. Unfold the dropdown menu and select between 4 different arpeggio shapes: Up, Down, Up & Down, Down & Up. You can decide how many steps you want by drawing their height/velocity with a click of your mouse directly on the display.

  • Change octave range to include sound mapped in different octaves and get a greater color scope.
  • Change the time subdivision of the arpeggio and the number of steps.
  • Experiment with odd meters, different subdivision, different shapes and octave range.

The Warp Tool

Warp is a time-stretch control that allows you to change tempo of any tempo-based sample: loops, textures and fills. It won’t change the sound of a snare for example, but it will affect all samples which are locked to a specific tempo. You have 2 modes available:

  • FREE allows you to choose a tempo independently or against the tempo of your project.
  • HOST is the second mode of the WARP. By clicking this button the tempo of each tempo-based sample will sync automatically with the tempo of your project and of your tempo map if your song includes tempo changes.

The Effects

  • REVERB – Omnidrums comes with 9 top class Reverb algorithms organized by type and room size.
  • DELAY – Omnidrums comes equipped with a great sounding delay algorithm. Tweak Time Multiplier and Feedback to achieve crazy bouncing and repeated effects!
  • REVERSE – Reverse is a really powerful sound design tool, especially if combined with DIRT and WARP. You can reverse any sample: from one-shots, loops, textures and fills.

The Pencil Tool

The Pencil Tool will open the secret door to complete customization of your drum kits and patches. Be brave and click on it! You’ll find it next to the Patch Menu.

Thanks to this functionality you can use all the samples of the Library and assign them to your favorite keys or range (for better playability for example) or to create and envision a totally new drum set. Once you click on the Pencil tool you’ll see something like this:

  • 1) User menu – Select one of the 16 blank user patches to start mapping.
  • 2) Sample Type Menu – Choose the sample type you want to map between one-shots, textures, loops and fills.
  • 3) Drum Kits – Once you made your sample type choice, select the drum kit or element you want.
  • 4) Sample Menu – At this point, you are ready to select the actual sample you want from a list of all samples belonging to the categories you’ve chosen in steps 2 and 3.
  • 5) Press a key – As soon as you have selected the desired sample to map, press this button and once it’s on (it gets lit) press any key you want on your keyboard to lock that sample to it.
  • 6) Remove Key – If you mapped the wrong sample or you mapped the right sample but in the wrong position just press this button and, once it’s on, press the correspondent key on your keyboard.
  • 7) Remove All Keys – If you are not convinced at all of what you did you don’t need to erase each note one at a time. Just press this button.
  • 8) Copy – With this button you can actually copy a whole patch, then choose another User blank patch (1) and then press Paste. The whole mapping will be copied in the blank patch.
  • 9) Paste. It pastes the whole patch in a new User blank patch. See (8).
  • 10) X – Click on it to exit the auto-mapping mode and go back to Omnidrum.









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So What Can I Do With “Omnidrums”?

Featuring drums techniques never sampled before and an insane level of detail (up to 12 dynamics and 8 round robins), “Omnidrums” is one of the most complete, omni-comprehensive drum VSTs on the market.

This is a truly hybrid 2 in 1 instrument that is perfect for:

  • Jazz
  • Funk
  • Soul
  • Songwriting
  • Cinematic Underscore
  • Video Game Music
  • Sound Design

Note: Requires the FULL retail version of Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher (NOT compatible with the Free Kontakt Player).

Note: Omnidrums is downloaded instantly via the Pulse downloader!

 

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  • 77% off the normal price (normally €169)!
  • Approx. 20 GB compressed file
  • 50000+ samples .ncw format
  • 12 mic positions you can mix, solo and pan for creative results (KICK: 3 mics; SNARE: 3 mics; TOM: 2 mics; HI-HAT: 1 mic; OVERHEAD: 2 mics (L, R), ROOM: 1 mic)
  • 34 Factory patches
  • 16 blank user patches to create your own sets and presets.
  • MAIN SOUNDS
  • 21 different Kick sounds: 18 – 20 – 24 with different tunings and playing techniques
  • 120+ snare sounds and techniques: one shots, drag, rim, rim-drag, rolls, press rolls, harmonics, stacks, tunings and special effects.
  • 120+ snare roll techniques, from standard to unconventional: different shapes, dynamics and length.
  • 140+ tom sounds and techniques: one shots, rim shots, drag, rim-drag, rolls, harmonics, tunings and special effects.
  • 200+ cymbal sounds and techniques (hi-hat, ride, crashes) including one shots, positions (cymbals played in multiple positions to get different colors), rolls, effects, stacks, prototypes and odd cymbals etc.
  • 230+ time stretchable loops and rhythmic patterns
  • 43 time stretchable Jazz fills
  • Lots of creative textures and objects
  • BUILT-IN EFFECTS AND CONTROLS:
  • 3 Dirt effects: 2 (Quake and Debris) analog-processed and 1 IR.
  • Built-in top class Reverb and Delay algorithms
  • Reverse Function on each sample
  • Warp: two modes (FREE, HOST)
  • User Auto-mapping system
  • 12-Channels Routing mode
  • Panning on each channel strip
  • Note: Omnidrums is downloaded instantly via the Pulse downloader!
  • Note: Requires the FULL retail version of Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher (NOT compatible with the Free Kontakt Player)
  • A truly hybrid 2 in 1 instrument that is perfect for Jazz, Cinematic Underscore, Video Game Music, Sound Design and much more!

What People Think About 77% off “Omnidrums” by Have Audio

  • "Omnidrums is hands down one of the best sounding drum VSTs out there. It's simply a joy to create with."

    Timothy Pedone

    Timothy Pedone

    Film Composer, Guitarist, Performer & Co-Founder Of Sharp Eleven Music, Introvert Media & Edge Effect Media

  • "Best sounding drum instrument I've heard. The kits are
    phenomenal. Fantastic work.”

    Brett Detar

    Film Composer for "Brahms: The Boy II”, “Orphan: First Kill”, "Devil Inside", "Wer” & Songwriter/Band Leader of The Juliana Theory

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