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Toontrack EZdrummer
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Toontrack EZdrummer

Virtual Drum/Percussion from Toontrack belonging to the EZ Drummer series.

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Seth.666 Seth.666
Publié le 08/31/10 à 09:03
The installation is done without problems, add ons too, I advise you to also install on another hard drive history of not having to reinstall the day you change your pc

Configuration is done without worry.

No incompatibilities.

There is not even open the manual is so intuitive.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Everything is stable and works with EZ Drummer in most configurations because it is not greedy.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years.

Before that I tried several, BFD, Addictive Drums.
BFD is complicated on the other hand at any cymbals beats BFD.
Addictive Drums synthetic sounds.

Most is the sound and velocities.

The least that the cymbals.

It is an essential software, if there are some who want to see what it looks like in action without even mix,

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