Crap, aurally and visually crap.Instantaneous opportunism, some tools confuse people ...This guy never had a LinnDrum near Study baby.
At least you have to take the trouble to know what you want to emulate.
Adding a filter does not improve things, nor does it add a reverb.
It is not the first work that is done trying to emulate that mythical jewel, some programmers have decoded and encoded ROMS, they have created tools to load original ROMS, modified, emulated the internal sequencer (pattern record) and have studied the system of swing of the Linn, which thanks to its own limitations according to the time, generated a characteristic stamp.
Is it too much to ask that we not always be the scammers of the world?
Useless : No way to pitch samples design a bit too small sample quality isn't outstanding I prefer 10 times my own linn drums samples found on the net. Plus there's a lot of other better free Linn emulation waste of time and deception Reverb is okay .
Without separate outputs this is of little use from an EQ point of view. The core sounds are really good but having no individual sends to the reverb is a problem. There are no labels on any of the controls (roll over ones would have been good) and the drum layout is not GM. I guess you'd have to use multiple instances of this plugin to get a controllable kit.
Everything I've tried from this guy is crap, but the most ridiculous thing is that he adds to everything a (quality?) label about it being made in Argentina. I am sure that this bad publicity will not be very funny to the Argentine developers who do their job well (and I know that there are).