UJAM launch DEEP, the fourth addition to their Virtual Drummer line. It’s a contemporary drummer with a 60s & 70s vibe available in VST, AU 2 and AAX formats.
JANUARY 21ST, 2021
UJAM launch DEEP, the fourth addition to their Virtual Drummer line. This virtual Neo Soul drummer is the perfect companion to Virtual Bassist DANDY, UJAM’s gentleman bassist. Virtual Drummer DEEP is a contemporary drummer with a 60s & 70s vibe, it features 70 sound designer presets with 690 drum patterns professionally sampled in 30 styles and controlled with a retro morph slider called “Grit”. MIDI Drag and Drop of drum patterns is available for detailed note editing.
DEEP adds to the Virtual Drummer series including SOLID (for top-notch studio drum tracks), HEAVY (from soft rock rock ballads to overdrive grunge) and PHAT (for Hip Hop and Funk beats).
DEEP is available now in VST, AU 2 and AAX formats also as a free, fully functional 30-day trial at ujam.com.
- 30 styles with 690 drum patterns
- 70 sound designer presets
- 5 drum kits, 6 mix presets
- Drag-and-drop patterns to DAW for detailed note editing
- Multi-outs for individual mixing in the DAW
- Advanced kit editing, mixing and master sections
- Retro morph control called “Grit”
DEEP is now available at ujam.com for 99 EUR / USD. The bundle of four Drummers including DEEP, SOLID 2, HEAVY 2 and PHAT 2 is available for 269 EUR / USD (instead of 396 EUR / USD for the single products).
All Virtual Drummer plug-ins can be downloaded in VST, AU 2, and AAX formats for any compatible DAW, including Logic, Garageband, Cubase, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, FL Studio and Studio One. Free, fully functional 30-day trials are available.
UJAM is a German-American maker of music technology co-founded by Hans Zimmer and Pharrell Williams that develops Virtual Instrument and Effects Plug-ins. With the Plug-in series Virtual Pianist, Usynth, Groovemate, Symphonic Elements, Virtual Guitarist, Virtual Bassist, Virtual Drummer, Beatmaker and Finisher and a range of software solutions (desktop, mobile, web), UJAM helps people to make music.