Looking at Catalyst Cinematic Drums by Aria Sounds

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Friday, 3 July 2020
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Aria Sounds Catalyst (Affiliate Link) is a comprehensive cinematic percussion toolkit for Kontakt Full. Featuring a wide variety of percussion instruments, including Alfia, Big Floor Tom, Bodhran, Daf, Darbuka, Deep Bass Drum, Djembe, Floor Tom 2, Frame Drum, Gaia, Gong Cymbal, Indian Bells, Indian Frame Drum, Keys, Pandeiro, Riq, SFX Rims, Shakers, Sizzle Cymbal, Slammer, Snail, Tom Tom, Virus and the massive Wreckage Drums!

Each instrument has been sampled with four separate mic positions, which suggests you have control over your sound. For extremely precise, dry, and intimate sounding drums, turn up the close mics only.

Catalyst Cinematic Drums Features

  • 3 GB of Content
  • The full version of Kontakt 4 or above is required to run this software.
  • Up to five round robins per note
  • Four mic positions
  • Multiple velocity layers per note
  • Each drum was sampled with different types of mallets/sticks

If you want more width and room to them, simply dial in the remaining mic signals until you get a sound that is perfect for your track. The interface is super easy to use, and having multiple mic positions goes a LONG way into capturing the depth and realism of these instruments and tailoring them to fit in your mix perfectly.

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You can also simply use the close mics and send them to a reverb of your choice, so they blend in perfectly with the rest of your sample libraries. In the video today, we’ll take a listen to some of the different drums, and you can get a taste for the overall sound and detail present in the samples. Layering them all together will give you a bigger sound, and you can use them in any genre, though they are best for cinematic music and realistic orchestral productions.

Pricing and Availability

For only $24.99 (normally $110), get Catalyst (Affiliate Link) Cinematic Drums by ARIA SOUNDS!

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