Grooves Performed By Famous Drummers

Platinum Samples release the Zildjian Artist MIDI Groove Library      21/08/13

Platinum Samples and The Avedis Zildjian Company have announced the release of the Zildjian Artist MIDI Groove Library.

The Library includes grooves performed by 24 famous drummers including Kenny Aronoff, Billy Mason, Carter Beauford, Eddie Bayers, Danny Seraphine, Stephen Perkins, Ilan Rubin, Marco Minnemann & Adam Nussbaum all performed using a Yamaha DTX900 electronic drum kit to capture their unique styles and includes Funk, Blues, Rock, Reggae, Latin, Country & Pop grooves in 4/4, 3/4, 12/8, 9/4, 5/4, 7/4, 13/16, 5/8 and 6/4 time signatures.

This multi-format collection includes grooves formatted for BFD2, BFD Eco, EZDrummer, Superior Drummer, Addictive Drums, Steven Slate Drums 4, Cakewalk Session Drummer as well as General MIDI Standard MIDI Files which can be used with any GM compatible drum software or hardware --- this includes drum machines and synthesizers which have drum sounds.

The Zildjian Artist MIDI Groove Library is optimized for 1 Kick, 1 Snare, 3 Toms, 1 Hihat, 2 Crash cymbals and 1 Ride cymbal.

Pricing and Availability:
The Zildjian Artist MIDI Groove Library is available now as a download from Platinum Samples' website and includes all formats for $40.00

For a limited time if you purchase 2 or more MIDI Libraries from the Platinum Samples website you can save 15% (from August 21st until September 30th, 2013)

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