Latin Set
by Pianovintage
4.4 / 5     (9 votes)
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Latin Set is a 16 samples latin percussions kit recorded from the Roland TR707 and TR505 drum machines.
  • LP filter.
  • Distortion.
  • Chorus.
  • Synch delay.
Vijay Jun 23 2020
Jun 23 2020
PSY-LION Feb 22 2020
(4 / 5)
Feb 22 2020
MARCELO MELO Aug 08 2019
Aug 08 2019
Danny Feb 03 2019
Feb 03 2019
This is fantastic !! Thanks !!
MM Aug 04 2018
(5 / 5)
Aug 04 2018
Amazing! 10/10.
goldenskyhook Jul 23 2018
Jul 23 2018
OK, just to be clear, this is only a kit, NOT a full on latin drum machine, right? Meaning I have to provide my own midi parts?
DocDee Jan 21 2019
Jan 21 2019
Yes, it's for musician not for children.
BackwardTwat Mar 25 2018
Mar 25 2018
Nice one buddy, thanks
DiMaz Feb 05 2017
Feb 05 2017
Great! Just what I was looking for. Clear and natural sounding sounds. I love it!
Anonymous Nov 02 2016
(5 / 5)
Nov 02 2016
Cool !
Latin Percussionist May 01 2016
May 01 2016
Great sounds, only problem I have is that the output is mono and no way to pan any of the individual sounds in the stereo picture. Doesn't allow you to output each sound/channel independantly to a unique track in your DAW. If it allowed you to do that, it would be incredible. Otherwise, great plugin with great sounds, highly recommended.
Danny Jul 15 2022
Jul 15 2022
You would probably have to make two seperate tracks and pan each track to which ever side you want.
Percussion Lover Dec 28 2015
Dec 28 2015
The sounds are amazing, but there is no sequencer (unless I missed something). It is nice to be able to trigger items from keyboards on my midi keyboard, but i would much rather be able to choose the items and program the sequence and have this VST play the sequence like a real drum machine (like "The Drum Source" VST).
ProfGene Jan 16 2016
Jan 16 2016
You could create a sequence in FL Studio 10 using the piano roll or any program that uses VST and has a piano roll. You can then convert the sequence to wave sounds and put them in any drum machine that calls for such sequences of waves or even single short wave sounds such as Rubber Ducky the much more complicated program but very manageable once you learn how to use it like the Demo version of Bitwig where you could not save it but you could record it. You could probably add the sounds to any existing drum Machine like Hydrogen.
Bad Pritt Feb 03 2015
(4 / 5)
Feb 03 2015
Sounds like the rare TR 727 Latin Percussion Module
Valdepro Jan 07 2015
(5 / 5)
Jan 07 2015
Cool Percussion! ;)