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Toontrack The Metal Foundry SDX Expansion Pack for Superior Drummer

The Toontrack Metal Foundry SDX offers one of the most comprehensive recordings in the history of the company - seven unique drum kits with 300,000 single-hit drum samples.  Welcome to the metal foundry, the ironworks where the most massive body of drums wait for you to be honed, harnessed and molded into shape.


    • Toontrack The Metal Foundry SDX PRODUCT FEATURES:

      FORGE YOUR METAL.

      Welcome to the metal foundry, the ironworks where the most massive body of drums wait for you to be honed, harnessed and molded into shape.

      The Metal Foundry SDX was recorded and produced at the noted Atlantis Studios in Stockholm, Sweden by drummer Tomas Haake (Meshuggah), Mattias Eklund (Toontrack), Fredrik Thordendal (Meshuggah) and Daniel Bergstrand (Dugout Studio). It covers drums and preset kits for anything from hard rock to metal. Find the early blues-tinged sound of the late 60s to the fragmentation of today’s music – power through thrash, death and progressive metal.

      Open the gates of the metal foundry and start forging your ultimate kit.

    • Toontrack The Metal Foundry SDX TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

      • Seven (7) massive kits
      • Included kit presets designed by some of the most interesting engineers and artists in today’s scene (Devin Townsend, Fredrik Thordendal, Daniel Bergstrand, Jocke Skog, Pelle Gunnerfeldt)
      • A custom MIDI library covering classic hard rock to metal, performed by Gene Hoglan (Strapping Young Lad, Testament) and Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork) and session drummer Peter Tisell
    • Toontrack The Metal Foundry SDX SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

      Windows Pentium or Athlon with 2 GB RAM (4 GB or more recommended)

      Mac Intel-based Mac with 2 GB RAM (4 GB or more recommended)

      35 GB free hard disk space (4 GB for basic install), DVD drive, a working Superior Drummer 2.3 installation

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