From David Bowie’s "Let's Dance" to Daft Punk’s "Get Lucky", Omar Hakim has supplied unforgettable drum grooves to countless hits. This Pack brings Omar's legendary feel and sound directly into Live with over 4 GB of multitrack drum sessions, Clips and Drums Racks.
Omar Hakim Drums
Omar Hakim Drums features 570 Live Clips with loops, fills and breakdowns in a variety of styles including funk, hip hop, fusion, rock, cinematic and pop. In addition, the multitrack drum sessions give you access to 15 channels of separate audio tracks, allowing you to mix every element of Omar's drum kit, including kick, snare, toms, overheads and room mics. Designed for Push, the Omar Hakim Drum Rack contains 16 pads of crisp, punchy drum and cymbal samples, each mapped to expressive and dynamic macros for maximum tweakability.
The Pack contains six Construction Kits, instantly loading up 15 channels of multitrack sessions. These are arranged into "Intro", "Fill", "Verse", "Chorus" scenes, giving you the ability to quickly build arrangements with one of the world's greatest drummers at your fingertips. With two kick drum mics, two snare mics, two room mics, plus overheads and tom mics at your disposal, you're able to compress, eq, and mix every sound of the drum kit to your taste.
Every loop and groove in the Pack is available in both audio and MIDI formats, allowing you to work with Omar's own drum sounds, or use the MIDI clips with any Drum Rack in your Library. For maximum effect, use the audio and MIDI clips together, layering the original acoustic drums with the kit of your choice, all propelled by Omar's infectious grooves.
About Omar Hakim
Born in the musical hotbed that is New York City, Omar Hakim’s producer-friendly drumming has fueled some of the biggest hits and powered world tours from artists across a broad range of genres including David Bowie, Miles Davis, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Dire Straits, Anita Baker, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Carly Simon, Weather Report, Chic, Marcus Miller, Bobby McFerrin, and more recently, Daft Punk's “Random Access Memories”.