NAMM 2014: Sonoma Wire Works Unveils DrumCore 4

Plug-in adds updated interface, rhythmic similarity search and more      24/01/14

NAMM 2014: Sonoma Wire Works Unveils DrumCore 4


Sonoma Wire Works has released an update to the DrumCore plug-in.

New features in DrumCore 4:

  • Improved interface
  • Updated plug-in formats (AAX/VST3/AU)
  • Rhythmic similarity search powered by iZotope®
  • Mixer view with insert effects
  • Song timeline for assembling loops
  • Integrated online store

 

Sonoma Wire Works acquired the DrumCore product line from Submersible Music in 2009. Rebuilt from the ground up to be more lightweight, powerful and modern, DrumCore 4 marks the first update to the product by the Sonoma Wire Works team.

Douglas Wright, the president of Sonoma Wire Works had this to say about DrumCore 4, "DrumCore is an amazing product with fans all over the music industry. For DrumCore 4, we've done our best to keep everything that makes DrumCore great while adding powerful new tools that give the user even more options for their sound."

Here's more details direct from Sonoma...

DrumCore 4 is a new and improved upgrade of the award winning DrumCore 3 plug-in drum instrument with stereo 24 bit audio loops and MIDI recordings of inspiring performances by hit-proven drummers, playing their own great sounding drum kits across a multitude of styles. Now a AAX/VST3/AU plug-in, DrumCore 4 has an improved interface and several highly anticipated features. It's the perfect tool for songwriters, composers, musicians and producers. Simply drag and drop grooves to tracks in most popular recording applications on MacOS and Windows.

Featuring royalty-free drum recordings by Jeff Anthony (Sheryl Crow), John Bishop (Ernie Watts), Matt Cameron (Soundgarden), Terry Bozzio (Missing Persons), Tony Braunagel (Bonnie Raitt), Luis Conte (Sergio Mendes), DJ Syze-up (UltraNaté), Ned Douglas (Dave Stewart), Sly Dunbar (Marley), Stephen Perkins (Jane's Addiction), Matt Sorum (Velvet Revolver), John Tempesta (Helmet), Michael Shrieve (Santana), Ben Smith (Heart), Alan White (Yes, Lennon), Lonnie Wilson (Brooks & Dunn) and Zoro (Lenny Kravitz), and more.

Pricing and Availability:
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