Toontrack Releases Orchestral Percussion Expansion Pack for Superior Drummer 3

Toontrack has announced the release of the long-awaited Orchestral Percussion SDX, a sound library expansion for Superior Drummer 3 featuring an extensive collection of orchestral percussion instruments. Also available as of today is the Superior Drummer 3 Orchestral Edition, a bundle featuring the full Superior Drummer 3 software and core library as well as the full Orchestral Percussion SDX.

The Orchestral Percussion SDX covers the entire tonal range from majestic to subtle. You’ll find everything from the quintessential timpani, the thunderous bass drums, the traditional taiko and the classic marching snares to the subtle hand cymbals, triangles and wood blocks. In the Orchestral Percussion SDX, you’ll literally have all the options you need on both ends of the extremes.

Feature Spotlight:

• More than 120 individual instruments
• Recorded at the same studio as the Superior Drummer 3 core sound library
• A complete immersive experience
• Playback in stereo up to 11-channel surround systems
• Sampled with extreme attention to detail and articulation
• Optional tools available for selected instruments
• A comprehensive collection of MIDI
• Comes as a factory bundle including two SDX configurations

More information is available via Toontrack.

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