MeldaProduction MDrummer 4
MeldaProduction has announced that MDrummer 4 is coming up with a new data library, new features, reorganized user interface and various other changes.
MDrummer 4 must be downloaded as a new installer. MDrummer Large is backward compatible, but MDrummer Small is not. Note that the company says that uninstalling previous MDrummer Large version is safe, the installer will destroy only factory files.
Here are the main changes:
- New sample & subsample library, MTotalPercussion 1 multisample set and a collection of drumsets - MDrummer now contains a 7GB data library (compressed from about 40GB). Besides the standard set available in previous versions, it now contains a set of electronic drums samples, subsample libraries and a multisampled MTotalPercussion 1. MDrummer now contains almost 3000 drumsets and components.
- New set of rhythms, base rhythms and grooves - MDrummer's rhythm system has been changed, with about 400 rhythms from pop to drum'n'bass to percussion rhythms, 200 base rhythms for generating your own styles, 100 background percussion rhythms and 400 grooves.
- GUI reorganized
- Added drum pad mode. This also includes multi-sample drag & drop into pads or inside drumset editor, MDrummer automatically manages multiple layers.
- New drumset generator algorithm - MDrummer can now generate drumsets from the included components and it can also generate new components, additional effect layers and effect chains for each drum.
- Added loop generator - loop editor now provides generate function.
- Added MFreqShifter, MFreeformAnalogEq and MModernCompressor.
- Added 2 send channels.
More details soon on www.meldaproduction.com.
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