Boz Digital Labs Clap, Snap, & Stomp Bundle pre-order on sale at $19.95 USD
Boz Digital Labs has announced a pre-order offer on the Clap, Snap, & Stomp Bundle, a collection of three percussion instruments for Windows and Mac.
To complement the recent El Clapo, Boz has two more crowd-sound plugins on the verge of release: Foot Stomps and Finger Snaps, each offering the same hyper-realistic sound and powerful features as El Clapo.
Snap, like its brother El Clapo, enables you to create ultra-realistic finger snaps, from a single snap to a smoke-filled club full of beat poet aficionados showing their appreciation, now that snapping is the new clapping (you can’t hold a beer and clap at the same time). Snap lets you control how intoxicated your crowd is via the Sloppy control, and also provides essential mix features, including front-to-back placement via mic blend and positioning controls for front, mid, and room mics. Plus, you don’t have to load up on processing plugins thanks to built-in compressors, EQ, panning, and width control. Snap also features MIDI velocity control and a step sequencer with 12 editable patterns.
If you’re looking to do a cover of David Bowie’s Footstompin’, or love Yeehaw Music and don’t care who knows it, then Stomp is for you. Like its brothers, El Clapo and Snap, Stomp can generate super-realistic foot stomps, from a single spoiled baby to a stadium filled with sports fans waiting for Queen to rock them. Meticulously recorded with three mics and packed with the same powerful features found in El Clapo, Stomp gives you full control of mic placement, width, and panning, along with compression and EQ. Of course, there’s the ever-popular Slop control that lets you adjust how tight your loose your stomping will be. Stomp also features a CPU-saving round-robin setting and a 12-step sequencer that lets you create up to 12 patterns.
The bundle is available to pre-order for only $19.95 USD for a limited time (regular $79.95 USD). The plugins support VST/VST3, AU, RTAS and AAX formats.
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