I had no problems installing this expansion to ezDrunmmer. Toontrack is very good about their installers, and they are very easy to get through. I had no compatibility issues, and configuration is almost non-existent since this just loads into your existing ezDrummer installation. The manual is short and to the point, and explains everything you'll need to know about this expansion.
I have a Windows based computer that is a Dell, and it has a dual core processor. For sound card I have a MOTU firewire card, and I use it with the Nuendo host. This expansion works perfectly with my system. The CPU load is relatively light compared to other drum programs, but you can expect to have a heavy hit on your ram, which is about 300MB of samples with the default setup loaded. It is very stable, it has not crashed that I have seen.
I have had this for nearly a year I believe. The best thing about this is the really odd sounds they give you. Things like hitting a desk drawer, zipping up a jacket, and hitting a pan. These are sounds that can really give your song a unique touch that you probably wouldn't otherwise think of. On the other side of the coin though, the fact that these sounds are so weird definitely limits their usefulness, so I have ended up rarely using this expansion. I will say that when it has been used though, it has been great. So overall I feel that this expansion is not really necessary for your ezDrummer collection unless you have some extra money and you want to have a luxury. It is not the greatest value, but it is nice to have for that odd song that needs something different. I would probably not get it again.
This bank is only usable with EZdrummer or Superior Drummer 2, but it is probably alone buying one of these apps, as it has no equivalent on the market.
Originality? You propose kit ragtag, Michael Blair, drummer Tom Waits Rain Dogs on the exceptional ...
The sounds are really nickel and about even if the kit is super confusing at first. Fortunately, all that comes with a set of MIDI groove which if as usual with Toontrack, damn good ... but very poorly named This time, the programming is so confusing that we would have liked even more ready rhythms.
As for sound, to navigate between the broken toys, the band beat-and-let's just kind of "ethno-industrial sound" ... In short, once you leave this set on a component, even the most basic tchacpoums, your piece is a color identity and crazy.
Me, I love and I sincerely regret that a bigger version is not out for Superior Drummer.
This is clearly not the battery man in the street, but that's what makes his interest. A quality that can turn into default if one considers that this kit will be unable to go unnoticed ...