Hammr Growler

Mind your ears !

Hammr Growler is the filthy brother of the not particularly demure Hammr+  and a part of the Hammr Suite,  a classic tonewheel organ sample set developed with Oasis/Sheryl Crow keyboard player Mikey Rowe and recorded by genius Andy Britton at the very lovely Toyroom Studios here in Brighton.The Growler is a 3GB monster that captures from 4 mic positions the full tilt sound of Mikeys favourite 888000000 setting on his 1959 B3 through a cranked up Leslie cabinet, and frankly it is one heck of a sound !

the science bit...
  • 5 x 15 second samples per note for a total of 3.2GB of samples compressed to a 2.7GB download.
  • 4 mic positions using classic Neuman mics and Grace preamps
  • Individual control of volume, pan, ADSR and vibrato per mic.
  • Percussion 2nd and 3rds available at the same time, with control of octave and decay time.
  • Note off volume and decay control.
  • Velocity sensitivity control.
  • CC11 hardwired to volume for expression pedal swells.
  • Leslie simulator with speed, treble/bass balance and distance controls.
  • 69 specially recorded reverb impulses from a variety of real spaces and classic gear.
  • Cabinet re-micing through a choice of 11 speaker cabinets.
  • Dirt, morphing EQ and master EQ effects.
  • Dirty contacts control adds small amounts of timing variation to note on /off  to mimic the effects of aging key contacts.
  • 24 presets.
  • Master/slave control system for quick adjustment of group controls.
  • Built in user manual.
  • €10 discount link for MVintageRotary an excellent Leslie simulator by Melda Production.
  • Discount code for £10 off Hammr+
The Hammr Growler is a downloadable Kontakt instrument that works in the FULL version of Kontakt 4.2.4 and above.
It will load into Player but time out after 10 minutes, so please don't buy this if you are using Kontakt Player.
 
Price
Hammr Growler £30 
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