At the heart of all Virtual Drummers is the idea that you can create professional-sounding instrument tracks exactly the way you would get them from a drummer in the studio. There, you’d give them a lead sheet, adjust sound character and mix, and tell your player what kind of musical style and performance you’re expecting, and a great player would deliver exactly that.
A Virtual Drummer does that too: the song parts become MIDI notes in your DAW, there are controls for drum kit and mix, you load styles and select parts in real-time, there are performance controls to vary the performance, and last but not least you can choose from a variety of adjustable mixing console settings.
Whatever a Virtual Drummer does, it does it extremely well, fast, and asking absolute minimal effort of you. We never sacrifice instant gratification and simplicity in favor of a more complex result!
Important Notes for Version 1.0 Users
Please read carefully before installing (a trial of) Virtual Drummer V2 on your computer!
Please note that installing a Virtual Drummer V2 - even a trial version - will replace any existing version. Afterward, you can not go back to the old version. If you’re uncertain, please create a backup of your system before installing V2.
Also, with Version 2, we have simplified and streamlined the user guides for all Virtual Drummers into one document. Because all Virtual Drummers are identical except for musical content and user interface skin, there’s no reason you should read three guides. For understanding drumkit and Mix Preset differences between the Virtual Drummer, Titles check out the Titles Reference at the end of this document.