Big Fish Audio Essential Brushes

– 2.3GB Total (900MB of original 24-bit content)
THERE ARE 21 DRUM LOOP CONSTRUCTION KITS 3-4_100bpm
6-8_60bpm
Backbeat_Shuffle_95bpm
Backbeat_Shuffle_140bpm
Backbeat_Straight_98bpm
Backbeat_Straight_136bpm
Ballad_70bpm
Bossa_130bpm
Groove_96-15bpm
Groove_97bpm
Groove_98bpm
Samba_180bpm
Soundtrack_115bpm
Swing_90bpm
Swing_135bpm
Swing_140bpm
Swing_165bpm
Swing_210bpm
Train_110bpm
Waltz_130bpm
World_105bpm
DRUM KITS 1966 Gretsch Broadcasters – 18″ bass drum, 14″ floor tom, 12″ tom-tom
1968 Premier – 20″ bass drum, 14″ floor tom, 12″ tom-tom
SNARE DRUMS 14″ x 51½2″ 1998 Johnny Craviotto Drum Workshop Maple
14″ x 5″ 1968 Premier Stainless Steel
14″ x 4″ 1920’s Slingerland Stainless Steel
EXTRAS
16″ x 16″ Oaklawn-era Camco floor tom
CYMBALS 14″ 1950’s A Zildjian Hi-Hats
14″ 1950’s K Zildjian Hi-Hats
14″ 1990’s Bosphorus Traditional Hi-Hats
18″ 1960’s A Zildjian Crash
19″ 1990’s Bosphorus Traditional Crash/Ride
20″ 1960’s A Zildjian Ride
20″ 1970’s A Zildjian Sizzle Ride
21″ 1990’s Bosphorus Traditional Ride
All drums were outfitted with Remo Coated Ambassador or vintage calf-skin drum heads. Ludwig white handled, red ribbed wire or Regal plastic brushes were used throughout.