Beat Shop Two offers you three acoustic 24-bit drums, including Funk, Jazz and Studio kits, as well as an assortment of grooves performed by world-class drummers. Each individual drum consists of close and overhead samples that have been mixed for optimal punch and room ambience, and each kit is comprised of up to five layers for unmatched realism and expression. The included grooves have been broken down into their various rhythmic components and looped at the same tempo, providing you with an almost infinite variety of rhythmic combinations available in one key map. The result is real drums in real rooms played by real drummers.
Beat Shop Two contains 9 Emulator X sound banks. * Funk Kit - Pearl * Jazz Kit - Pearl (modified) * Recording Kit - Drum Workshop * PopHop Grooves (103 bpm) * Slinky Grooves (93 bpm) * Smoldering Grooves (88 bpm) * Street Grooves (76 bpm) * Tom Grooves (90 bpm) * Toy Grooves (125 bpm)
24-bit Drums (Funk, Jazz & Recording Kits) The Beat Shop Two kits were meticulously sampled through a complete range of playable velocities using eight microphones, tube preamps and pristine 24-bit ADCs. These close and overhead samples were then mixed for each individual drum to obtain optimal punch and room ambience.
Each kit is comprised of up to five layers for unmatched realism and expression. These are real drums in real rooms, played by real drummers.
Grooves The Beat Shop Two grooves were performed by world class drummers in professional studios. E-MU's sound designers then broke the grooves down into their various rhythmic components and looped them at the same tempo, providing an almost infinite variety or rhythmic combinations.
Beat Shop two also provides presets that combine grooves and a drum kit on the same keymap, allowing you to play hits together with the grooves. The grooves can also be modulated using the Emulator's extensive PatchCord matrix.
MIDI Controllers The front panel knob functions are standardized for most of the factory presets. Match the MIDI controller numbers corresponding to the knobs on your MIDI keyboard to the real-time controller assignments in the Preferences menu to control these important functions.