Electronic Drum Sounds For EZdrummer

Toontrack Music announces shipping of their Electronic EZX expansion pack      26/11/09
Electronic Drum Sounds For EZdrummer


Toontrack Music has announced that the Electronic EZX for EZdrummer is now shipping. Here's their press statement...
Over time Toontrack Music has produced and made available industry leading drum and percussion sounds heard in movies, TV-shows, video games, at live venues and on countless hit albums.
We've recorded numerous libraries with hundreds of the finest drums and cymbals totaling 200+ gigs of user content derived from 1,000,000 plus sound files.
Until now, its been 100% acoustic.
We felt it was time to plug-in, flip the switch and begin sampling electronic drums.
It is with great excitement that we introduce the Electronic EZX. A modern collection of classic, circuit bent and resampled electronic drum sounds suited for any of genre imaginable.
The Electronic EZX, like all our libraries, is optimized for impact, sonic integrity, and immediate usability.
Designed by Brad Bowden and Richard Devine, this EZX includes 33 meticulously crafted kits with 100+ additional sounds of the most requested electronic kick and snare drums. It also features our ever-popular use of parallel FX processing in the mixer window for unlimited variation and sonic depth.
Whatever your style, we got your drum sounds.
House, Techno, Progressive, Pop, Hip-Hop, Rap, Electro, Grime, Jungle, DnB, RnB, Dub-Step, Trip-Hop, Acid, Disco, Crunk, Industrial, Experimental, Noise-core, Hard-core, Minimal, Glitch, Gabba, Ambient, Trance.
If you've heard it, we got it. If you think its not possible, now you can!
This is Old School, Modern and Future all rolled into one.
Pricing and Availability:
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