Beautifully crafted steel pans presented in two forms; for use with orchestral material on Films, TV, & Games, to a fantastic selection of presets designed for use on modern RnB and EDM hosted on ... Click To Read More About This Product
Beautifully crafted steel pans presented in two forms; for use with orchestral material on Films, TV, & Games, to a fantastic selection of presets designed for use on modern RnB and EDM hosted on Spitfire's popular eDNA engine. From hauntingly beautiful soft layers to searing metallic bites. Session star Frank Ricotti takes us on yet another adventure on the greatest scoring stage in the world.
Having a long relationship with applied media composition, Spitfire's first task was to record steel drums for a multitude of uses, so it was essential different microphone positions were captured for different perspectives. So their standard orchestral 'tree' array was used for those who wish to employ these exotic drums into their orchestral film, games, TV and concert works. But also closer and more focused positions for those wanting to embrace the current zeitgeist of steel pans on their RnB & EDM tracks.
The steel drums are deep sampled, with pristine management of the harmonic language of the drums to give a versatile and really touching tone at the softer levels, almost so they're not immediately recognizable as steel pans. To the louder, brasher dynamic layers which have an unashamed Caribbean 'splang'!
Spitfire's Steel drums are presented with two interfaces, the standard "multi mic" designed for those familiar with our orchestral range, with front-end instant tweaking of articulations and microphones being used. The steel drums were also loaded into Sptifire's custom eDNA engine with dozens of amazing 'spring out of the box' presets designed by an award winning team of composers, producers and sound designers.
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