Drumagog Drum Replacement Plugin Updated

Offers Auto-Align, Built-In Effects      08/10/10
Drumagog Drum Replacement Plugin Updated


WaveMachine Labs has introduced Drumagog 5, described as "the next evolution in drum replacement technology".

Drumagog is a plug-in which automatically replaces acoustic drum tracks with your choice of other samples. To use, you insert Drumagog onto a drum track, and then choose samples to replace the original drum sounds. 

Here's what's new in Drumagog 5

  • Auto-Align 2.0 – A collaboration between WaveMachine Labs and Fraunhofer (inventors of the MP3 format) has resulted in a revolutionary new alignment algorithm. Simply the best triggering. Anywhere.
  • Direct Plugin Hosting – Play any virtual instrument from within Drumagog. Plugins like BFD2, Kontakt, and Superior Drummer are inserted directly into Drumagog to allow a virtually unlimited sample palette. (Platinum version only)
  • Re-designed graphic interface – Streamlined control and easier sample editing.
  • Support for multiple room samples – The Gog format now allows for different room sounds and mics. Simply dial in the amount of room desired.
  • Auto Hi-Hat Tracking – automatically detects the hi-hat pedal position (open/closed) in real time.
  • Built-In Effects – Drumagog 5 includes a built-in convolution reverb and Morph|Engine processor (Platinum version only).

Pricing and Availability

Drumagog 5 is available now for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for $149 for the Basic version, $289 for the Pro version and $379 for the Platinum version.

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