HEAR WHAT'S POSSIBLE
The Tiger cymbal range has a unique sound that low and thick. Great for impactful hits and low ominous tones.
SIZZLE CHAIN HITS
The cymbal banks have been recorded with 5 unique sizzle chain hits. Sizzle chain hits are very different from your standard full cymbal hit. They are recorded with a chain laid on the top of the cymbal. This results in a cymbal hit that rattles and has a sizzle to it.
7 UNIQUE HIT POINTS
Each cymbal position is recorded in either 7 (white notes) or 5 (black notes) unique hit points. Hit points start on the bell and make their way out to the edge of the cymbal. Recording in this manner insures every possible hit type is cover across the entire cymbal.
Note C - Bell
Note D - Bow 1
Note E - Bow 2
Note F - Bow 3
Note G - Bow 4
Note A - Bow 5
Note B - Edge
CLOSED / OPEN HI-HAT HITS
In order to create realistic hi-hat loops every possible hit type must be recorded. Which is why we have recorded every cymbal in 4 unique positions. Position 1 is a fully closed cymbal on a hi-hat stand. Clamped down and chocked. Position 2 is a closed sizzle hit that is also chocked but allowed to sizzle on the hi-hat stand. Position 3 is a half sizzle hit which rings out more and has a longer sustain. Position 4 is a full sizzle hit. This hit lightly sizzles against the other cymbal resulting in a longer tail.
A cymbal can be played in many ways with many types of drum sticks or mallets. We have recorded with 4 unique stick types. Wood stick hits perform a standard cymbal hit you will most commonly hear in songs. Plastic stick hits achieve a snappier attack with a similar sound to the wood stick hit. Wood mallet hits created a more rounded fuller sound. Whilst nylon mallet hits achieve a highly unique low tonal sound.
VST parameters include pan. tune and ADSR. The ADSR can be used to shape your sound by removing the tail or ring, to create a tighter more snappy hit. The tune parameter can be used to tune the sound plus or minus 12 semitones. Pan can be used to position your sound left or right. Master control include volume and reverb parameters.
HI-HAT KEYBOARD MAPPING
All cymbals in the Hi-Hat bank are mapped to the keyboard in exactly the same way. By doing so ensures midi files written for one instrument trigger the following instrument in exactly the same way.
CYMBAL KEYBOARD MAPPING
All cymbals are mapped to the keyboard in exactly the same way. By doing so ensures midi files written for one instrument trigger the following instrument in exactly the same way.
Tiger 20" Ride:
- 84 - Cymbal Hits
- 7 - Closed Hi-Hat Hits
- 5 - Closed Sizzle Hi-Hat Hits
- 7 - Half Sizzle Hi-Hat Hits
- 5 - Full Sizzle Hi-Hat Hits
- 12 - Open Closed Hi-Hat Hits
- 7 - Full Cymbal Wood Stick Hits
- 5 - Full Cymbal Wood Stick Sizzle Hits
- 7 - Full Cymbal Plastic Stick Hits
- 5 - Full Cymbal Plastic Stick Sizzle Hits
- 7 - Full Cymbal Wood Mallet Hits
- 5 - Full Cymbal Wood Mallet Sizzle Hits
- 7 - Full Cymbal Nylon Mallet Hits
- 5 - Full Cymbal Nylon Mallet Sizzle Hits
AUDIO ANIMALS SAMPLES
Audio Animals Samples aim to deliver producers, composers and songwriters with highly detailed drum samples that capture every possible sound the drum can make. By doing so we achieve an almost like for like digital emulation of the recorded drum. All samples are recorded and processed at the Audio Animals mixing and mastering studios in London, ensuring every sample is of the highest quality and instantly ready to drop into your song.
- 84 unique cymbal hits
- 4 stick types
- Bell / Bow / Edge hits
- Hi-hat hits
- Sizzle chain hits
- 7 unique hit points
- Tiger 20" Ride - 64Bit Windows
- Tiger 20" Ride - 64Bit Windows VST3
- Tiger 20" Ride - Mac AU
- Tiger 20" Ride - Mac VST
- Tiger 20" Ride - Mac VST3
- Tiger 20" Ride - Midi
Known Issues & Compatibility:
- Mac M1 compatible
- MacOS 12.0 Monterey compatible
- Windows 11 compatible
- No known issues on Windows
- No known issues on Mac
- MAC: OSX 10.11 or later
Intel Core Duo 2.0Ghz or higher
- WINDOWS: OS 7 or higher
64 bit compatible
Dual Core 2.0 GHz or higher