STUDIO DRUMMER is the perfect implementation of a drummer in software, with everything you need to create realistic acoustic drum tracks – top-notch drum kits, detailed mixing options, and a ready-to-use groove library filled with authentic beats for every taste.
This is much more than modern drum samples. With over 3,300 authentic grooves, the STUDIO DRUMMER makes it easy for anyone to create realistic, dynamic drum tracks. And the built-in mixer and powerful effects provide enough usability, versatility and customization to meet the demands of today’s manufacturers.
STUDIO DRUMMER brings you three premium acoustic kits – the Pearl Masters Premium Maple Kit, the Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute Kit and the Sonor SQ2 Drum System. Kits include cymbals from Paiste, Zildjian, Sabian and Masterworks, as well as snares from Sonor, Mapex, Ludwig and Masshoff. To top it off, you also get percussion with tambourine, drumsticks, cowbell and claps.
All drums were painstakingly recorded using the finest microphones and external equipment at Teldex Studios in Berlin. The result: over 17GB of flawless 24-bit drum samples that capture unique sound and responsive original kits.
STUDIO DRUMMER contains a dedicated mixing medium. All drums are equipped with microphones, plus an adjustable snare drum output, stereo sound, surround microphones and an optional mono microphone throughout the setup. Mixer presets with precise microphone levels, room sound and effects provide quick set-up for a wide range of sounds.
The high-quality studio effects section gives you warm tape saturation, convolution reverb, and three high-end effects: SOLID G-EQ, SOLID BUS COMP, and the impressive TRANSIENT MASTER.
What good is an awesome drum kit without playing it? STUDIO DRUMMER offers drums on a platter with over 3,500 drum patterns and philes in a wide range of genres and styles. All grooves were recorded live specifically for the STUDIO DRUMMER, for 100% realism.
Find the rhythm that matches the track you’re working on, select the appropriate fills and variations, and then drag and drop them onto the main sequencer. And if you’re a drummer, just plug in the electronic drums and you’re done.