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GoranGrooves partners with AVID to offer Handy Drums Studio Standard v2.0 for Pro Tools users


GoranGrooves and AVID have teamed up to present an exclusive offering to the Pro Tools community. The latest version of the their drum software, Handy Drums Studio Standard v2.0, will now be available at no additional cost to all monthly and annual Pro Tools subscribers and those on the Upgrade Plan for perpetual licenses.

The release of Handy Drums Studio Standard v2.0 re-introduces produced acoustic drum samples and an intuitive, no-frills interface designed to deliver a realistic drum sound without the need for extensive mixing. This approach not only saves time but also ensures a polished, professional drum sound accessible to all levels of music creators. The versatility of the Studio Standard set makes it a choice for a broad spectrum of music styles, from Pop and Rock to Country, Blues, and Jazz. The plugin's centerpiece is the sampled Yamaha Maple Custom drum kit, renowned for its warmth and punch, complemented by Zildjian A-custom cymbals for a complete, authentic drumming experience. Additionally, the plugin boasts a wide array of GM-mapped acoustic percussion instruments, enhancing its utility and appeal.

Key features of Handy Drums Studio Standard v2.0 include pre-mixed, ready-to-use studio drums, an integrated mixer, multiple dynamic levels, and an "ultra-realistic drum sound" acclaimed by critics. Furthermore, the plugin supports a resizable interface, MIDI loop browser, e-drummer mode, and variable hi-hats control, among other advanced functionalities, making it a comprehensive tool for music production.

Avid's Inner Circle initiative offers valuable resources such as trainings, plugins, virtual instruments, and sound libraries to enhance the music creation process. Pro Tools users can claim their copy of Handy Drums Studio Standard v2.0 by redeeming the unique codes found in their Avid accounts on the GoranGrooves Library website.




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