Hits Expansion Pack For EZdrummer

Toontrack releases Number 1 Hits EZX      05/05/11
Hits Expansion Pack For EZdrummer


Here's what Toontrack has to say about Number 1 Hits EZX:
The mission was as simple as it was bold; create a fusion between organic, electronic, high-tech and vintage - a sound library that covers classic sounds but carry them into the new decade, a collection a drums that would sit right away in any contemporary pop, dance, house or hip hop mix.
We ended up with Number 1 Hits, which is not only an EZX expansion for EZdrummer, its a bonafide hit-machine in itself. When sound designer Niklas Flyckt played the finished product for us, even we were amazed at how organic, pumping and throbbing it sounded. "All you have to do is take any of the included grooves, burn it on a disk and youll have a club hit", was Toontracks Mattias Eklunds first comment.
No wonder, Niklas has some 30 years worth of experience, recorded and mixed artists like Britney Spears, Robyn, Kylie Minogue, Girls Aloud, Rachel Stevens, just to name a few, and obviously knows how to twist the knobs to get that million dollar sound.
To break it down, Number 1 Hits is a one-stop-shop for instant drum production when it comes to contemporary pop, dance, house and hip hop music. It has all the timeless, Linn, TR 909, TR 808, DR 55 sounds heard in pretty much every modern production that tops the charts of today, and on top of that, it comes with a large collection of unique and custom designed acoustic sounds - all of which were run through Niklas Flyckts amazing signal chain of SSL, tube vintage compressors and hard-to-find outboard gear.
Pricing and Availability:
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