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Sonoma Wire Works DrumCore 4 Lite
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Sonoma Wire Works DrumCore 4 Lite

Virtual Drum/Percussion from Sonoma Wire Works .

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« DrumCore 4 - Very Impressed By All The Features, and Thousands of Drum Loops, Fills and Kits »

Published on 01/14/19 at 19:14
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
I’ve been using DrumCore 4 with Cubase 10 for approximately 3 months now. It’s clear that a lot of thought has gone into this product. Its ease-of-use and fabulous user interface makes it suitable for both professionals and beginners. DC4 is feature-rich. For example, their BROWSER makes it very easy to find suitable LOOPs, FILLs and KITs. You can filter on DRUMMERs, METERs, FEELs , TAGs, and AUDIO or MIDI. You can choose from literally thousands of LOOPs, FILLs and KITs (e.g. 22,000 Audio Loops!!). And the quality of their AUDIO LOOPs are at a professional level! I’m very impressed by the features and the content of DrumCore 4.
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