Drum Replacement Plug-In

Slate Digital Trigger is now available to demo      14/04/10
Drum Replacement Plug-In


Slate Digital have been in touch to tell us that their advanced drum replacement plug-in, Trigger is now available for free trial if you have an ilok. Here's what they have to say about it...
First head over to our video page. Check out the amazing features of TRIGGER in its introduction video.
With TRIGGER, you can turn a poorly recorded drum track into one that sounds like it was recorded in a world class studio and mixed with top outboard gear. Or simply change your drum sounds in the mix... wish you used a fatter snare while tracking? Replace it with a big brass 14" x 6.5" Pearl Reference Snare from the Slate collection.
As you will soon hear, TRIGGER is 100% phase accurate, and allows you to only trigger what YOU want while BLOCKING out the leakage and bleed from other drums.
Trigger will be available in two versions:
TRIGGER PLATINUM
  • 40 snares, over 30 kicks, and 8 sets of toms
  • Phase accurate drum replacement
  • Six stereo layers of samples
  • Complete control
  • Comes with Steven Slate samples
  • Easy to use
  • Mac/Windows VST, RTAS, AU
TRIGGER EX
  • 10 kicks, 10 snares, and 2 sets of toms
  • Phase accurate drum replacement
  • Six stereo layers of samples
  • Complete control
  • Comes with Steven Slate samples
  • Easy to use
  • Mac/Windows VST, RTAS, AU
Pricing and Availability:
Available soon.
Trigger EX: $149
Trigger Platinum: $299
More information:
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   Said...

OMG! Tried the demo. It'a amazing! And it's sooo accurate.

When it'll be released? I want it!

14-Apr-10 06:24 PM


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