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Toontrack Jazz EZX

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Toontrack Jazz EZX
Varenr.: 101279
Lagerstatus: På lager

Før pris: kr 499

Nå pris: kr 289 inkl. mva. kr 231 eks. mva.

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Toontrack har igjen kommet opp med en meget imponerende biblioteket, denne gangen i jazz sjangeren. Det hadde den store glede å SAMPLE legendariske trommer virtuos og pioner Roy woot (Futureman). Futureman har vunnet flere Grammy-priser som komponist, innovasjon og multiinstrumentalist, som har vært banebrytende bruk av samplet trommer siden 1985. Har har også delt scene og deltatt i en rekke album med mange jazz legender.

Roy begynte å spille akustiske trommer som barn med sine brødre i Virginia. Han har kommet langt siden da og er nå blant annet er kjent for å bruke SynthAxe-Drum nagler å utløse trommelen prøvene. Noe som han selv oppfunnet og utviklet for å gi uttrykk for sine egne revolusjonerende tilnærming til jazz med banebrytende gruppe Bela Fleck og Fleck Toner. Opptakene av Jazz EZX var i Blackbird Studios i Nashville og har blitt en målestokk i forhold til hvordan den vil perkussiva SAMPLE & ordinært virkemiddel i fremtiden.

NB!  Ingen frakt kommer i tilegg på dette produktet hvis du velger "kun serie nummer" i kassen når du velger frakt og betaler med kort. Du får da tilsendt serie nummer og download link på mail.

About the performer
This Jazz EZX features samples performed by the legendary Drum Virtuoso/Pioneer Roy ”Futureman” Wooten.

Futureman is a multiple Grammy award winning composer, inventor, and multi-instrumentalist who has been a pioneer in using sampled drums since 1985. He has shared the stage and numerous albums with many Jazz legends.

Roy started playing acoustic drums as a young child with his brothers in Virginia. From that he has come a long way and is now renowned for playing what is called a SynthAxe-Drumitar to trigger drum samples.

As an instrumentalist Roy Wooten strives to employ the power and science of Mother Nature and his percussive technique takes playing drums way beyond just simple time keeping. His approach is a much more all-encompassing and universal one. Futureman views himself as a storyteller playing music to reach beyond the limits of common musical understanding.

He invented and built the Drumitar to be able to voice his own revolutionary approach to Jazz with the groundbreaking group Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. As a result Futureman has performed using Toontrack Music samples to an audience of millions, live at some of the most popular and critically revered performance halls, clubs, TV shows and festivals on the planet. Through Roy Wooten our sounds have made it through to the airwaves of places like Carnegie Hall and premier Greenwich Village Jazz club Blue Note.

About the sessions
Throughout our history of creating sample libraries and instruments, we have strived to both innovate and preserve in all areas of performance, engineering, and genre.
In creating this library we went to new and unheard of levels of dynamic. The recordings feature layered sampling with numerous mic stems fronted by recording chains we had previously only dreamt of.

In the fall of 07, we began the Jazz with Futureman at the impeccable Blackbird Studios. His passion and knowledge of Jazz history met with a relentlessly energetic and musical approach to single note striking that left the Toontrack crew in utter disbelief.

Roy hears every single hit and swirl recorded as part of a larger whole, as part of a musical sequence rather than as solitary, monotonous hit. The results are samples that strike with intensity and force lending unique scope and musicality to these recordings.

The recordings for the Jazz EZX set a benchmark for how sampling percussive instruments, and musical instruments in general, will be done in the future.

Toontrack Music has had the privilege to capture the magic of Futureman. His touch, his heart, his philosophy and his unique approach to his craft in this Jazz EZX. The story of jazz drums has a new chapter.

Jazz EZX® - product details

Kickdrums:
• 18" Pearl Reference Series
• 22" Ludwig Maple Psychedelic

Snaredrums:
• 5x14" Pearl 50th anniversary Solid Maple Shell (Brushes)
• 5x14" Pearl 50th anniversary Solid Maple Shell (Sticks)
• 3.5x14" Leedy piccolo (Sticks)

Hats:
• 14" Masterworks Meritamon Series (Brushes)
• 14" Masterworks Meritamon Series (Sticks)

Tom 1:
• 10" Gretsch USA Custom Series (Brushes)
• 10" Gretsch USA Custom Series (Sticks)

Tom2:
• 12" Pearl Reference Series (Brushes)
• 12" Pearl Reference Series (Sticks)

Tom3:
• 14" Pearl Reference Series (Brushes)
• 14" Pearl Reference Series (Sticks)
• 16" Slingerland Radio king (Brushes)
• 16" Slingerland Radio king (Sticks)

Crash:
• 18" Paiste Fast Crash (Sticks)
• 22" K Zildjian Constantinople Medium (Brushes)

Ride:
• 22" K Zildjian Constantinople Light (Brushes)

CREDITS

Original Concept for the Jazz Sessions: Andreas Sundgren and Brad Bowden

The Jazz EZX® Sessions were produced by: Mattias Eklund and Brad Bowden

The sounds for the Jazz EZX® were played by Roy “Futureman” Wooten at Blackbird Studios, Nashville, USA.

The sounds for the Jazz EZX® were recorded, engineered and mixed by Chris Grainger, Brad Bowden and Mattias Eklund at Blackbird Studios, Nashville, USA.

Blackbird Chief Engineer: Vance Powell

Blackbird Assistant Engineer: Mark Petaccia

Drumtech: Raymond Massey

The MIDI files for the Jazz EZX® were played by David Haynes, Atlanta, GA, USA & by Morgan Ågren and Per Mikaelsson, Toontrack Studios, Umea Sweden.

Sound editing: Mattias Eklund, Ulf Edlund & Stefan Bränberg

MIDI editing: Henrik Kjellberg & Nils Eriksson

Drum Tech/Consultant/ Tuner: Raymond Massey

Project co-ordination: Brad Bowden

Graphic designer: Fredrik Ärletun

Head of support, beta testing and configuration manager: Rogue Marechal

Coding: Olof Westman

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Windows XP, PIII/Athlon 1,8GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Mac OS X 10.4, G4 1GHz with 512 MB of RAM

750 MB free hard disc space, DVD drive, A working EZdrummer® or Superior Drummer® 2.0 installation