SONiVOX Releases Big Bang – Universal Drums

Thunderous drum kit joins the Big Bang Series of new rhythmic technology virtual instruments      20/04/11

SONiVOX Releases Big Bang – Universal Drums


SONiVOX has announced the immediate availability of their latest virtual instrument release Big Bang – Universal Drums. Here's what they have to say about it...
Big Bang - Universal Drums is a virtual instrument for MAC and PC. It features a deeply sampled custom made SJC drum kit played both with sticks and brushes as well as 2 different snare drums and 2 bass drum beaters for flexibility in most musical contexts.
An integral part of Big Bang – Universal Drums is a new technology called Intelligent Rhythm Control™, or IRC.™ Intelligent Rhythm Control Technology is a new concept in music production that offers real-time rhythm correction for maximizing in-time musical performance.
I.R.C., intercepts and adjusts MIDI events as they occur, seamlessly integrating each note into the host timeline and enabling users to create propulsive drum & percussion tracks with fluidity and ease. With I.R.C. enabled it is impossible to play out of time.
Big Bang - Universal Drums Features At A Glance:
  • Deeply Sampled Custom Made SJC Drum Kit.
  • All programs are multi-velocity, and multi-take round robin for the utmost in realism.
  • SONiVOX's Intelligent Rhythm Control (I.R.C.) technology
  • Sticks and Brushes Performance Patches.
  • Bonus Ethnic and Orchestral Percussion Patches
  • MIDI Learn & Save Function – Big Bang – Universal Drums is instantly compatible with any MIDI controller.
  • Independent Zone (per-drum) Tempo-Synched Variable Resolution Roll/Retrigger Mode.
  • 8 User-assignable stereo outputs and 8 User-assignable effects busses complete with onboard EQ, and tempo-sync delay.
  • MAC Standalone, RTAS, VST, and AU compatible.
  • PC Standalone, RTAS, and VST compatible.
Pricing and Availability:
Big Bang – Universal Drums is available now with a MSRP of $149.99 and an estimated street price of $99.99. More information:

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