Native Instruments Battery
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Battery, Drum sampler virtuale from Native Instruments in the Battery series.

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Azuma 26/02/2013

Native Instruments Battery : Recensione di Azuma (content in English)

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There weren't any kind of compatibility issues with the program , everything works very good on any platform available.

The manual that comes with this product has a lot of description and different techniques that can be applied to achieve a certain groove , a certain effect which consists from panning , velocity , playing on off beat , playing on the strong beat with accentuating the kick or the snare.
The general configuration and setup is very easy and simple , it doesn't require a vast level of musical wisdom.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE


The software works good in this configuration , everything is well made, designed without any type of bad thinking or habits.

The gear and software is very stable and works very smooth and great in any circumstances.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like most about Battery from Native Instruments is that it's samples based , the library that comes with it is so huge , you have a huge amount of different type of snare to choose from , a huge amount of kicks , which you can layer them in different interesting ways , and of course you have a lot of editing windows that come to be very helpful.

What I also like about Battery is that you can't really distinguish a real set of drums from these , they sound actually as close as it can be to the real one , you have different panning positions which allow to create different room effects and grooves.

Another thing to mention is that this is one of the biggest drum libraries out there , and it's one of the most used as well in must studios in the world mainly because of the high quality of the pack.

Precision and quality of the sound I would rate 9/10.

Knowing what I know, I would get this huge pack of different styles of drums from Native Instruments.