Getgood Drums – One Kit Wonder Dry And Funky (KONTAKT)

By | December 21, 2022


Publisher: Getgood Drums
Website: Getgood Drums
Quality: 24bit 48kHz stereo

Description : One Kit Wonder: Dry and Funky is a modern take on the classic deep and dry drum sound: kick, snares and toms are all low-tuned and heavily muffled, and the entire kit is recorded in a small cabin for the tightest, shortest possible tone.
Additional Information
The cymbals are a dark set of K’s, offering just the right balance of earthy complexity and shimmering detail. With the kit recorded in such an acoustically inert environment, the separation and imaging are spectacular!
One Kit Wonder: Dry and Funky is one of our most “analogue” sounding libraries to date, with the sharp edges rounded over and a beautiful warmth in the midrange. The vibe is strong with this one and we think it lends a huge amount of character and fun to any production you throw it into.

Check out the features:
• Kontakt Player Library (with full NKS integration) and can be used with Kontakt’s Free Player – no need to buy the full version of Kontakt to use GGD!
• Mix ready drum tones – good to go out of the box
• A brand new, fully-featured and intuitive UI
• Built-in Groove player
• Built-in Master EQ, Parallel Compression and Reverb
• The entire kit is tuned to perfection, so you’ll never be fighting against sour notes in your mix
• Every sample is phase-coherent for easy layering
It’s our hope that this sample library will remove frustrating barriers in your creative process so that you can enjoy making music to the fullest.

2 thoughts on “Getgood Drums – One Kit Wonder Dry And Funky (KONTAKT)

  1. rey

    Jazzman, I know this is a year later but my best guess about the “Demo” thing is that you loaded the .nki file from the “Instruments” folder. I THINK that you need to load using the .nicnt file in the root folder, above the Instruments folder. I may be totally wrong but that “Demo” thing appears when I load the .nki file.
    “.nicnt” is the actual library file, acting as the control room. “.nki” is an instrument file; you’ll see all the instruments you can load and use but have to be picked from the library file’s GUI.
    Hope it helps…… Kontakt can be a beast to grasp.


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