Death Metal sound of the Early 1990's
Old School Death Metal expansion gives you access to Drum tones of the early 1990's Death Metal.
Florida Meets Gothenburg, New York Meets Stockholm.
Dry & tight room sound, toms with lots of attack but with lightning fast decay, snares that snap just right.
Shape it anyway you like, enhance it anyway you like.
90's Death Metal Drum Sound at the Tip of Your Fingers!
- VST/AU/AAX Compatible
- 6 Snares, 2 Kicks, 1 Full Set of Toms, 17 cymbals (Hihat, Crashes, Chinas, Splashes, Stacks, Ride)
- ~421 Mb Download Size
- Drums Engineered by: Ron D. Rock @ New Soundstakk Studios, Windsor, ON
- Drums Performed by: Ron D. Rock
- REQUIRES KVLT DRUMS II to work
Interface & Mixing Features
Drum panels makes it organized and allows free control on panel placement and also ables you to choose to see and adjust only the drums you need to adjust not coggle the entire window with dozens of buttons and knobs which you don't really always need. Organizing buttons on the bottom bar (open all, close all, position in grid, open mix/FX/Routing tab for all) Makes handling large amounts of panels a breeze for mixing and setup!
To ensure full control over each and every channel, KVLT Drums II was captured with multiple close mics, FX mics along with Overheads & Room Channels.
Snare: Slate Digital© ML-2
Toms: Slate Digital© ML-2
Cymbals: Slate Digital© ML-2
Kick: Slate Digital© ML-2 & Slate Digital© ML-1
Drums need parallel compression and parallel compression is what we gave.
Close mics were dialled through the infamous Alesis 3630 compressor with extreme
settings and this will give the drums that nasty snap to cut through the mix.
Hell Mic: Alesis 3630 Compressor
The Trash Mic:
Gotta have that late 80's digital reverb in the mix. Close mics were dialled through Alesis Quadraverb's famous Plate setting to give that cool short 'verb in the drums.
Trash Mic: Alesis Quadraverb
Overheads is the crucial element to each and every drum sound. Some like to get the full picture out of Overheads while some like to carve out the lows and let it sparkle in the highs. We gave you the fullest, yet brightest possible starting point for Overhead sound so regardless of your approach, you are one-step closer in nailing a good Overhead sound.
Overhead Mics: Stereo Pair of Slate Digital© ML-2
Room Channel captured the small yet punchy sound of the brand new Soundstakk Studios. Nulled away from the kit, the room mics added weight and depth into the drums. With added Plate reverb the small yet tight room ended up sounding way bigger.
Room Mic: Stereo Pair of Slate Digital© ML-2
Custom Pancake 22x6
Pearl© Brass Piccolo 13x3.5
Ludwig© Acrolite Black Galaxy 14x5
SPL Labs© Maple 12x5
Griffin© Popcorn 10x6
Custom PVC 14x5
Ludwig© Hammered Bronze 14x5
Custom Pancake 10x4
Custom Pancake 12x4
Custom Pancake 13x4
Custom Pancake 14x4
Custom Pancake 16x4
Sabian© B8 Pro 14"
Arborea© Knight 14"
Paiste© 2002 Giga Bell 18"
Sabian© B8 Pro 20" Medium
Arborea© Knight 16"
Arborea© Knight 18"
Zildjian© Z Custom Medium 17
Zildjian© Z Custom Medium 18
Arborea© Knight 18"
Sabian© B8 Pro 18"
Zildjian© A China Boy Low 20"
Arborea© Knight 6"
Arborea© Knight 8"
Paiste© 900 14"
Arborea© Knight 14"
Custom Stack 14” 900/Knight8
Load your own One-Shot samples:
With One-Shots KVLT Drums II Becomes almost endlessly adjustable drum sampler that can produce many varieties of heavy drum tones!
We spent hours crafting these presets to give you the best possible starting point per genre & style. Flick through and see which style suits your song the best!
Output routing presets
But if you are like us and sometimes want to dive deep, it's possible!
For example you could compress only the toms and add some reverb. Need to add some saturation on the Cymbals or Snare? You got it. Multiband-compress your entire room channel? Done. Want to go totally whacky and mix different mics without any restrictions with each other and the add FX on your audio edtor? That's possible too! Free multi output routing is incredibly flexible when doing pro mixes and going all nuts!
First one is on the individual drum panels, which makes it easy to see which note is for which drum / cymbal (hihat Closed / Pedal / Open etc).
The other one is midimap editor which allows you to see all the midinotes on one matrix and adjust them at once, and also load different midimap presets to match some major drum sample libraries and midipacks.
Midieditor also shows played midinotes so it helps you to map your midinotes, for example, with an electronic drumkit that often times doesn't follow any standard for notes.