Metal Foundry Presets For Superior Drummer

Toontrack and Andy Sneap release presets as an expansion for Superior Drummer 2.0 SDX Expansion Metal Foundry      10/11/10
Metal Foundry Presets For Superior Drummer


Here's what Toontrack has to say...
What do the bands Megadeth, Accept, Killswitch Engage, Exodus, Cradle of Filth, Opeth, Testament, Soulfly and As I Lay Dying all have in common?
Okay, yes, they are all heavy bands - but other than that?
Two words. Andy Sneap.
Andy Sneap is a world-renowned musician, engineer & producer - a true triple treat. With awards and accolades spanning from continent to continent, Andy has carved out his niche as the "go to" guy for making great sounding metal records.
Now, what do you & Andy Sneap have in common?
Two Words. Superior Drummer.
Andy has partnered with Toontrack to create a suite of Superior Drummer 2.0 presets for you, to help bring you one step closer to your ultimate metal sound! This package, designed as an expansion for our industry standard Superior Drummer 2.0 SDX Expansion Metal Foundry, contains signature Andy Sneap drum presets for taking your mixes to the next level!
Just fire up your DAW of choice & insert Superior Drummer 2.0 as a virtual instrument. Load the Metal Foundry SDX and select the preset that sounds best for what you are doing. Mix your masterpiece. It couldn't get any easier.
Metal Foundry Presets - Andy Sneap ...the sweetest five words to happen to metal music since "for whom the bell tolls...."
Presets designed to work with Superior Drummer 2.0 and the Metal Foundry SDX library only.
Pricing and Availability:
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