WNAMM08: Drumagog Drum Replacement Demo

Drummer plays pots and pans and still gets a killer drum sound      20/01/08

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3:15 mins

Drumagog is a plug-in which automatically replaces acoustic drum tracks with your choice of other samples. In the video, drummer John Emerick plays wok, kettle, frying pan and others while Drumagog converts the hits to drum samples
The makers, WaveMachine Labs, have this to say about it, “Engineers and producers worldwide use Drumagog every day to fix and enhance their drum tracks. It's extremely easy to use. Just insert Drumagog onto a drum track, and pick your favorite sample! For advanced drum replacing, Drumagog is packed with powerful features for the ultimate in control, and includes a massive 4GB drum sample library.�
  • Automatically replaces drum tracks with a variety of samples
  • Compatible with WAV, AIF, and SDII samples and libraries
  • MIDI Input and Output Capability
  • Advanced Visual Triggering feature
  • Sophisticated sample management
  • Auto sample-rate conversion
  • New triggering engine for the ultimate in accurate triggering
  • Works with Pro Tools, Logic, Digital Performer, Cubase, Nuendo and more
  • Comes with a massive 4GB drum sample collection including: Rock Drums Drumagog Edition, Purrrfect Drums, Purrrfect Brushes, NS Kit Free and Classic Drum Machines.
  • Compatible with any VST, RTAS, or AU audio application
  • Works directly with BFD (Platinum and BFD versions only)
Pricing and Availability:
Basic: $199
Pro: $289
Platinum: $379
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