Big Bang offers a wide range of drumsounds and most of them are really good sounding. The possibilities to shape the output are nothing special so I prefer to do this with other plugins or my DAW. In view of the price Big Bang Drums is worth a recommendation. Only thing I complain about is the time it takes for starting this plugin.
Big Bang Drums, simple but just what you need, I've gone from other drum kits EZdrums ect because their sound gets over-processed very quickly (It seems to me) I need sound I can process to make as loud as I can and the only kit I've found that works for me is big BANG and for the price it's amazing, I just want to say I've gone from Native instrument to Sonivox products I did not think I would but what you get to so much more defined and useable. cant wait to buy Tony Coleman drum kit If not just to use the EQ. The downside I wish I could use my own sample as well that would make big BANG prefect.
I tried it, I really wanted to like it but I can't. It has a beautiful and simple UI but the samples are very meh...the presets are just combinations of few kicks and snares and I don't think it's worth wasting 15 GB of HDD space. Additionally it uses a lot of CPU.