Grooove, new virtual drum machine for Mac and PC
Drunsandspork, a new company based in Hamburg, Germany, debuts with the Grooove virtual drum machine.
Grooove (with three “o”) is intended for musicians, programmers and sound designers who want to create their own kits using up to two samples per sound.
- 128 Keys (pads) each with up to two samples
- 11 sound parameters velocity-sensitive per key
- 8 LFOs
- Volume and balance/pan control for each of the 128 Keys
- MIDI processor with compressor, expander, Subtract, Add and Range
- 8 stereo audio outputs including a mini mixer
- 46 kits with hi- and lo-fi sounds as well as vintage drum machine samples
- Supported audio formats: WAV and AIF, mono/stereo, 6/16/20/24-bit and 32-bit floating
- Clues Bar that display the available keyboard and mouse options
Grooove is available for Mac OS X and Windows in VST2/3 and AU plug-in formats as well as standalone, the latter with a built-in basic MIDI player. It currently has an introductory price of 34.50€ instead of 79€ until August 1st and you can install in on up to three computers with a single licence. A feature-limited trial version is also available for download at www.brunsandspork.com.
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