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    Toontrack Twisted Kit EZX - EZDrummer Sound Expansion (Software Serial Number)

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    Hub caps, trashcans and rusty bicycle frames. This is nothing short of what its title suggests – completely left-field drum kits constructed by the oddest pieces to ever form a percussive unit.


    • Large selection of creative percussion elements

    • Sampled by Michael Blair (Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello)

    • Included MIDI library

    The Twisted Kit was designed and sampled by Michael Blair, a percussionist with a highly personal instrument set-up, most known for his work with Tom Waits, Lou Reed and Elvis Costello. It was recorded at the Toontrack Studio and comes with a massive collection of percussive elements.

    This EZX crosses over boundaries of genres like industrial, blues, ethnic and orchestral to form a unique collection of replacement percussion that should add a new flavour to any songwriter’s creative palette.

    Welcome to the world of Twisted Kit, where there is nothing remotely odd about having a duck call as an alternative cowbell, mounting the hubcap of a car on top of your snare or having rototom frames form a tonal hi-hat.

    System Requirements

    For the full Installation of this product, you will need approximately 20 GB of free hard drive space, plus an additional 20 GB is required for the installation process.

    • 1.2 GB of free hard disk space, 1 GB RAM.
    • A working EZdrummer 1.4 (or above) or a Superior Drummer 2.3 (or above) installation.

    Need more info on the Toontrack Twisted Kit EZX? Click HERE for the manufacturer's website >>>