Native Instruments Abbey Road 60s Drums [review]

Posted: June 3, 2010 in Audio Gear, Music, Review
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Abbey Road 60s Drums offers two drum kits recorded at Studio Two with the mics of the day tracked through two EMI mixing consoles: the valve amplified late ’50s/early ’60s REDD.17 and the late-60s all transistor TG MkII.

The drum kits have been selected as representative of their eras with the Early 60s model being a four-piece Jasper shell Gretsch with two Ludwig snares and the Late 60s kit an original five-piece 1967 Ludwig Hollywood with Ludwig and Slingerland snares. These kits are completed with a set of ’60s Zildjian cymbals. [read review]

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