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DrumComputer

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Synthetic Beats Plugin by Sugar Bytes
DrumComputer
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DrumComputer by Sugar Bytes is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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DrumComputer is the new specialist for synthetic drums, combining classic and modern synthesis with flexible modulations and luxurious sequencing. Intelligent randomizers, elegant pattern editing and import of your own samples are just a few of the mind blowing possibilities. Enjoy new drums everyday and get inspired by all the creativity that DrumComputer sets free. Just because, there still is all the unheard of.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By zippy731
December 10, 2019

I bought this at launch, and played with it all weekend. Sugarbytes has really outdone themselves!

DrumComputer's synth module is highly versatile, but the real jewel is the randomizer/sequencer. Not just random junk to plod through to find a good lick here or there. Random beats are structured properly, and instantly groove with onboard sounds, or routed out to your own samples. Demo this right away, you will not regret.

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Comments & Discussion for Sugar Bytes DrumComputer

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Discussion: Active
Vospi
Vospi
5 December 2019 at 4:05pm

Oh wooooow, I'm so excited for this one.

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Vospi
Vospi
10 December 2019 at 3:24pm

Im playing with demo right now and it's freaking AMAZING.

Guys, you did an amazing job. I'm a fan. Definitely. 6 out of 5.

gExpectations
gExpectations
17 December 2019 at 10:20pm

I play around with the demo for like 2 hours. I think this thing is a lot of fun but I'm worried it doesnt have staying power. What do you guys think? 110€ is not cheap if you just fiddle around with it a bunch.

Vospi
Vospi
17 December 2019 at 11:55pm

"Staying power"? What that is supposed to mean? :).

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