PropellerHead Ryan Greene Alt Drums ReFills
Propellerhead released the latest installments in its ReFill Creator Series: Ryan Greene Alt Drums.
Ryan Greene Alt Drums comes as three separate volumes, each containing three drum kits with several microphone setups and alternate snares. Each of the three ReFills comes with preset patches for Reason's Combinator device, with three different microphone setups: close mics, no ambience mics, and all mics; Producer Combinator patches with dry, overhead, and room microphone setups; Individual Kit Pieces for the NN-XT sampler; effects patches; as well as 100+ drum track MIDI files created by Ryan Greene.
Ryan Greene Alt Drums ReFills Series:
- Alt Drums I
The first Alt Drums ReFill features Ryan Greene’s own Pork Pie kit, used on Greene’s Punk/Fat Wreck Chords productions throughout the years, as well as a Gretsch kit and a vintage Leedy kit. An additional three snares are included, ranging from classic rock sound to heavier punk.
- Alt Drums II
The key of the Alt Drums II ReFill is a 1964 Ludwig Liverpool kit, "recorded and produced as if it was played by the Mötley Crüe," according to PH. This pack also has a vintage Leedy kit customized by the John Covington and a Tama kit played by Troy Luccketta of the band Tesla. Added are three more snare drums, including a Leedy from the 1890’s.
- Alt Drums III
For Alt Drums III Troy Luccketta from rock band Tesla played a Camco kit. The sound of this kit built in 1956 is designed for punk and rock productions. Included are also a wooden Ayotte kit, and a Leedy kit with a 28-inch kick drum. Three extra snare drums come with the pack, among them a Yamaha Vinnie Colaiuta, and the Dave Weckl signature model.
Pricing and Availability
Ryan Greene Alt Drums Volume I, II and III are available as downloads from the Propellerhead online shop for $99.00 USD and €89.00 EUR (including VAT) each.
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