Virtual Drummer 2 Available as Rack Extensions
UJAM today expanded their virtual instruments series with the new Virtual Drummer Rack Extensions. Available immediately at Reason Studios, these new instruments allow producers to create drum tracks with UJAM's trademark simplicity and fail-proof musicality.
SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2019
Stockholm, Sweden, September 5, 2019
The Virtual Drummer Rack Extension series will replace the A-List Drummer series by Propellerhead with immediate effect. “With the new brand Reason Studios, we will sharpen the focus on our core values,'' says Lukas Lyrestam, Product Manager of the A-List Drummers, and adds:
"UJAM has been a partner of the A-List series since day one, the merging with their Virtual Drummer series is a good thing."
All three products are available immediately and sell for $ 99 / 99 € each, with the bundle selling for $ 199 / 199 € exclusively in the Propellerhead / Reason Studios shop. Users who already own one or more A-List Drummers qualify for a special cross-grade price.
Talking about the changes made, Sebastian Bretschneider, Product Manager of the Virtual Drummer series, adds:
"The new Rack Extensions offer twice the styles, new mastering tools, new instrument selection and manipulation
controls just like the VST, AU, and AAX update we did a few weeks ago, meaning we’re not only putting a new UI on top
but adding substantial cool new features and content."
The three new titles cover all popular musical styles:
- SOLID (formerly known as A-List Studio Drummer), is like having a seasoned professional drummer playing a pristine drum kit on your track
- PHAT (formerly known as A-List Classic Drummer), has you covered on styles ranging from Retro Soul to G-Funk and beyond
- HEAVY (formerly known as A-List Power Drummer), is a forceful indie and rock drumming specialist
The new Virtual Drummer Rack Extensions are exclusively sold by Propellerhead / Reason Studios
For press inquiries, please contact UJAM’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing Wolfram Knelangen: [email protected]
UJAM was founded in 2010 by Peter Gorges along with Hans Zimmer and Pharrell Williams. It is a Germany-based music technology powerhouse that develops Virtual Instrument Plug-ins. Together with a range of software solutions (desktop, mobile, web), UJAM helps people to make music.
Learn more at: www.ujam.com/company/
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