Hattricks 1.5 – major upgrade with new features available!
- Native Apple Silicon M1 support
- Midi record drag and drop (rhythmic patterns created with Hattricks can be exported out of Hattricks in form of MIDI files without any routing and used to launch other plugins)
- ‘User’ category allowing to browse external folders and samples inside Hattrick’s browser and opening samples’ source folders directly from Hattrick’s browser.
- ‘Favorite’ category enabling to pick and mark favorite samples from the factory bank and user’s own samples
- Dark mode
- Support for MP3, AIFF, FLAC, and OGG audio files
- Improved waveform zoom accuracy and handling
- Improved AHD envelope accuracy and handling
- Improved enabling and disabling of categories (double mouse click highlights only selected category)
- Improved mono mode
- Pitch bend range increased to +/- 24 semitones
- Improved overall handling (all parameters can be set with the mouse, scroll wheel, and keyboard)
- Various functionality and handling imperfections corrected or enhanced
- New samples added to the factory content bank
Hattricks vst for trap
Hattricks is a vst for trap that you subconsciously know you need badly and you’ll realize it once you see how it works!
Tops of the charts* these days are filled with music that is at least to some degree inspired by the sound of trap. To identify a tune as belonging to or deriving from the trap genre it needs to have at least one of three elements: 808 bass, 808 snare and fast hi hat rolls. 808 bass is easy to lay down (especially when you have our Subdivine bass instrument), snares are easily placed on 2 and 4* and then… then you either add an audio hi hat loop and can’t change it’s sound later, or if you have a reasonably fast hand and good midi controller you play a hi hat pattern, but only a simple one, which may sound somewhat unexciting, or you step into that long, boring and laborious process of clicking in the individual sounds with mouse, which has nothing to do with being in the flow.
Hattricks Tutorial by Remek Zawadzki:
Hattricks Video Spot:
Unless you have Hattricks!
Hattricks is a vst for trap hi hats creation that makes the process smooth, easy and proficient. In technical terms it is a sampler and a sequencer with rhythm divisions assigned to keys. In practice you just press a key and it plays a pre programmed looped rhythm division, for example you press D3 and it plays 1/4 notes, E3 plays 1/8 notes and so on up to those 1/128 rolls that are on the brink of one’s perception. Of course it has triplets too! All that lets you record those otherwise unplayable hi hat parts in real time, or if you’d rather programm them, getting a groove will only require a few clicks and not a hundred. Imagine how much of your time and creative energy it will save you!
If you decide that you want to change the sound after laying down the part you can choose a sample from Hattricks’ huge library, or drag a favourite sample of your own. If then you feel the need to refine it you can change its length, retune it, filter it with a low pass and high pass filters and adjust its attack, decay and release times.
No vst for trap hi hats would be comprehensive if it couldn’t let you retune selected parts of your sequence and let you make those characteristic tuned rolls. You can do it in two ways: by using a pitch wheel, or if you want some precisie tuning by using a keyboard. The keys from C1 upwards would retune the sound’s pitch upwards in half steps when pressed, and consequently the keys from C1 downwards would retune the sound’s pitch down in half steps.
But what if you loaded a snare sample into Hattricks? Then you would turn it into a vst for trap snare drum rolls!*** Then apart from the Divisions section the Articulations section becomes handy, since it has a pre programmed drum rudiments such as flam, drag, ruff, buzz and roll coming in two speeds and allowing for nice and quick drum fills creation.
And what if you loaded a tonal sample into Hattricks?!? Well, then you would turn the plugin into a sort of vst for trap melodies with which you first make a rhythm sequence and then can play with the notes’ pitch.
And what will happen if you’ll load a kick sample into Hattricks?!?! In such circumstances you’ll enter a highway to hell by changing it from a vst for trap hi-hats into a vst for making a heavy metal bass drum passages, but hey, isn’t that a bit over the edge?
Enjoy our plugin, you can use it for Trap, RNB, Pop, EDM, or for any genre you want, including Heavy Metal, if that’s what you fancy!
With the Hattricks you will receive a huge library of 853 hi hats samples and 45 bonus drum samples which overall gives you almost 900 top-quality sounds ready to use and create!
Hattricks is available in two most popular plug-in formats: VST3 and AU, so you will be able to use it in DAWs that support these formats (Cubase, Logic, FL Studio, Ableton Live, Studio One, Garage Band and others). VST2 format is not available.
- 12 Rhythm divisions
- 2 5 Articulations
- 2 Octaves of keys retuning the sample
- 898 Samples including:
- 853 Hi hat samples
- 20 Snare samples
- 5 Kick samples
- 5 Shaker samples
- 15 Tonal samples
- Possibility to upload samples
- Dice button for choosing random sample
- Tuning and fine tuning sliders
- Low pass/hi pass filter
- Start/end sample markers
- AHD envelope
- Zoom with three types of controls
- Mono/poly modes
- Patterns display
- Pitch and modwheel for additional modulation
We recommend latest versions of operating systems, but minimal requirements are:
Windows 7 64-bit for PC
MacOS 10.12 64-bit for Apple Mac
Native Apple Silicon M1/M2 Support
* Middles and bottoms too!
** Unless you’re making drill beats, or something unconventional.
*** You can make a really stylish EDM type of drum riser too!
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