Muletone Audio Releases Bongôs

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Tuesday, 3 November 2020
  • Time to read: 1 min.


Following the recording standards of recent libraries, the Bongos was recorded using the best microphones as well as class A preamps, bringing the maximum details of the instrument. Recording using a pair of Neumann 184 and a pair of Shure SM57. The preamp section used was API 512A and Grace M501, routed in a Symphony Apogee.

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Now, with a level meter on each microphone, in addition to a waveform display, making loops easier to view and making the assembly of grooves simpler. A main label display has also been added for more precise adjustments of parameters. 

In the new session, Muletone Audio has the performance of the percussion Guru, Robson Batata, bringing an extensive variety of rhythms and grooves, in addition to modern rhythmic cells that allow more versatility of use for Bongôs.

Full version of Kontakt 5.8 or above is required (Not for Kontakt Player)

Pricing and Availability

Bongôs is available now.

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