Marchin' is a marching band set made of,
one 26ʼ Bass Drum
one 28ʼ Orchestral Bass Drum
six 16' Snares
eight 16ʼ Toms
Marchinʼ has been recorded with 3 microphone positions, a stereo one on the overheads and on each drum, there was one microphone above and one under. All the samples have been carefully trimmed to keep the phase alignment. The interface allows you to mix the positions together to take advantage of the different sounds available.
2.16Gb uncompressed, 758Mb compressed in lossless flac format, around 4590 samples.
20 velocity layers per round robin (80 samples per element).
4 Cycle round robins for each element.
Custom mapping, you can assign every element to any key from the interface in two different ways.You can even assign multiple elements to the same key.
Mapping preset that helps you play multiple elements at the same time (see video).
Variable mapping repetition to play it with both hands.
Multiple microphone positions and custom mixing of each element, we recorded each one with one stereo pair around 3 meters away plus one for the up side and one on the down side.
Advanced cymbal action : releasing the cymbal key will play different muting samples depending on the note time.
Pitch adjustment for every element.
Advanced UVI scripting giving you access to a simple yet powerfull interface and advanced features.
Includes its own sample player, the UVI Workstation 2 (requires v2.5.2 or later).
It works on Mac (10.6 or later) and PC (windows XP SP2 or later), in standalone or as a plugin (VST / AU / AAX / RTAS / MAS) and in 32 and 64 bits.
As it is based on the same engine (UVI engine XT), you can also use it in MOTU MachFive 3 (requires v3.2.1 or later).
You can register your library to your computer or to an iLok key. You can use it with or without an iLok usb key. Both V1 and V2 iLok usb keys are working with Acousticsamples products. To authorize your library, you will need to download the iLok authorization manager from here: https://www.ilok.com/ilm.html and simply authorize your iLok key or your computer to use the library.