Native Instruments Damage

I’m pretty excited about this plug-in. While aimed at Filmakers NI’s new plug-in Damage has my inner Einstürzende Neubauten feeling happy. Beyond the sound set the plug-in has a lot of tricks up it’s sleeve such as an Rhythmic patters, AMP sequencer, filters, compression, saturation, trigger effects (yay), 3 mic mixer, etc… $339 and 30GB of space required will keep the amateurs away which is a plus. Be sure to check out the sound sources gallery on the NI site to see all the places they went to record all the klanging.

“Dark, aggressive, thrilling and threatening — DAMAGE is breathtaking cinematic percussion with a tense, epic edge. DAMAGE gives you 30 GB of drama, fusing industrial sounds and orchestral drums into a devastating electro-acoustic barrage. Percussive Kits provide more than 200 deeply sampled percussion sources, and over 500 single-shot elements, recorded in up to seven velocity layers and with up to nine round-robins per drum. Over 700 beat-sliced loops come as menu-style loop suites or as single loops for detailed tweaking. Even the most complex sounds are instantly usable, and it’s all in hair-raising, big-screen quality.” – Native Instruments

For more info: native-instruments.com/powered-by-kontakt/damage

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on November 1, 2011 at 8:30 pm, filed under plug-ins, sounds and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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4 Responses to “Native Instruments Damage”

  1. stupid comment says:

    “$339 and 30GB of space required will keep the amateurs away which is a plus”

    you are the amateur since you need a 339$ plug-in to sound like Neubaten. you clearly don’t get it do you?

  2. electronicaz says:

    Sounds awesome… Impressive sized library… Can’t wait to get my hands on the little baby! Nice review Oliver. Cheers.

  3. Davezilla says:

    You had me at “inner Neubauten:.

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