Repique2018-12-04T11:56:59+00:00

OVERVIEW

Repique

  • Price: $14.99

  • Kontakt VST / AU / AAX

  • 620 Samples – 167MB

  • 04 Channels Buses

  • Available as Direct Download

  • Full Retail Version of Kontakt 5.6 (or later) Required

Cajons

Gear used:

The Repique library was recorded at João Francisco’s studio in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in an incredible room with Four microphones. A Neumann KM 184, a Shure SM 57, a Neumann U 87 and a Bock Audio 250. Two preamps API 512c, one Vintech Audio 573 and one Grace 501 routed in a Symphony Apogee.

Samba Vibes

The Repique de Mão was created by percussionist Ubirani, musician of Fundo de Quintal, a legendar samba group in Brazil. The instrument was frequently used by other samba groups all around the country. Born from a drum Tom, the Repique de Mão allows the player to “swing” over the beat of the song.

Walkthrough

In this video we’ll show you the sound of the library. We will also see some features and and how to use them. 

Listen the Sounds of Repique

Effects

No hundreds of effects and loads of knobs which you don’t use. Each effect has been made to enhance the sample intelligently.

Ability to download

PC 2.0Ghz+, 4GB ram (8GB Recommended)
MAC 2.0Ghz, 4GB ram (8GB Recommended)

Samples

620 Samples. Recorded using top quality preamps. Everything recorded at 44100Hz, 24bit.

Fully Dynamic

The samples offer from the slightest touch to the strongest attack providing more freedom to create dynamic rhythms and beats.

The Repique de Mão was created by percussionist Ubirani, musician of Fundo de Quintal, a legendar samba group in Brazil. The instrument was frequently used by other samba groups all around the country. Born from a drum Tom, the Repique de Mão allows the player to “swing” over the beat of the song.

The Repique library was recorded at João Francisco’s studio in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, by the great percussionist Robson Batata, in an incredible room with 4 microphones. A Neumann KM 184, a Shure SM 57, a Neumann U 87 and a Bock Audio 250 were used for the room. Two preamps – API 512c, one Vintech Audio 573 and one Grace 501 routed in a Symphony Apogee were used in the audio capture.

Single Hits

  • Repique

Rhythmic Loops (no sync)

  • Brazilian Grooves (100 bpm)
  • Brazilian Cells (100 bpm)
“In terms of quality, the Muletone Audio library is the best, having deeper sampling than anything else out there for the equivalent instruments and also offering different samples based on how long of a sustain is desired”

Mark Schneider - Composer - California, US

“If you love World percussion virtual instruments and you like Brazil then you need to know Muletone Audio because they make the very best ones.”

Reid Rosefelt - NY Film Publicist - Brooklin, US

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