Drums Are Addictive

Big Fish Audio releases Addictive Drums drum production toolkit      21/05/07
Drums Are Addictive


Big Fish Audio say that their new Addictive Drums is the most complete drum production toolkit in the world. Compatible with all major plugin formats, Addictive Drums gives instant and easy access to every parameter, so you can program completely realistic drum tracks in any style or genre.
Big Fish tell us that Addictive Drums is built on three essential components of a world class drum studio: superior multi-mic samples of a wide variety of premium drums, full production tools to tweak the sonic qualities of the kit (including envelopes, tuning, insert effects, reverbs, overhead and room mic control), and a full suite of more than 3000 built-in beats and grooves. They say that Addictive Drums can sound extremely realistic, producing true acoustic drums, but it can also be tweaked and manipulated into machine-like kits or weird rhythmic effects.
Compatible with both Macintosh and Windows platforms (including Intel Macs), Addictive Drums ships in all major plug-in formats (AudioUnit, RTAS, VST). It is fully compatible with every major sequencing host, including Apple Logic, Digidesign Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase and Nuendo, Cakewalk Sonar, Ableton Live, FL Studio, Mackie Tracktion, MOTU Digital Performer and Apple GarageBand.
Pricing and Availability:
$249.95 More information:
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