The instrument’s Edit page now contains a new Reverse playback option for each sample, whilst the Solo feature has been improved as well as being added to the MOD and FX pages. Also on the list of updates are new MOD Preset and FX Preset panels, which have been added to allow users to quickly store and switch between up to nine different Mod and FX setups. Two new Left-Right modes are now available from the MOD and FX Warp Shape dropdown menus, as well as the FX page gaining global Hi, Mid and Lo EQ functionality alongside an additional smooth sounding Drive mode.
If you’d like to know more about Drop Pad, you can check out Paul White’s review in the July 2022 edition of the magazine (web/app/replica/PDF).
Drop Pad 2.0 is available now for $27.98£27.97 including VAT, with existing users of Drop Pad 1.0 able to update for free by contacting Sub51 via their website. The full version of Native Instruments’ Kontakt 6.7.1 is required.