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Sennheiser DrumMic'a for Kontakt Player

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A great-sounding kit for Kontakt Player.

If you were fortunate enough to get it during the years Sennheiser were giving away free licenses, you likely know that while it claims to follow the GM drums note assignment, it only mostly does for the first octave. After that, rather than the percussion instruments included with GM, DrumMic'a has couple more octaves with snare roll, snare flam, and multiple strike positions on the cymbals. Bells, edges, stick tips, it helps the kit sound even closer to a live drummer.

Rather than arranging them by note number, this map is more logical, with the most-used instruments grouped at the bottom, the various snare and cymbal articulations together. Of course, it's easy to rearrange them in Cakewalk's Drum Grid.

As with all drum maps, place it in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Drum Maps. Enjoy!

DrumMic'a.map

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13 hours ago, satyabrata satapathy said:

is DrumMic’a dead

You can no longer get a serial number from Sennheiser that will allow it work in Kontakt Player. I don't know if that's true with full Kontakt. If you managed to snag a serial number back when it worked with the Kontakt Player you're good, but otherwise, probably not.

If you're looking for an acoustic drum kit for free, there are plenty of other options. The free bundle from NI includes a plethora of free drum kits, including vintage drum machines. Same with Sampletank.

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