DigiDrum Pro
by Audiosonic
3.6 / 5     (180 votes)
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Win32
   
VST
DigiDrum Pro is a five part drum and percussion VST plugin suitable for most genres of digital music production.

It features an intuitive user interface packed with loads of sound editing parameters. The sound itself comes from a wave rom containing reproductions designed to resemble classic percussive instruments. These sounds are processed as you wish through the use of sound parameters and velocity controlled expression parmeters.
  • 5 separate DigiDrum parts with 5 user definable audio outputs
  • 27 classic drum and percussion waveforms
  • User wavefile import
  • Parts can easily be layered to create even more complex sounds
  • easy sound preview ensures intuitive preset programming
  • A Versatile filter setup capable of many different timbres
  • Velocity modulation of amp, pitch and filter to 'humanize' the feel of the beat
  • Full VST automation of every sound editing controls
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John Feb 11 2018
(3 / 5)
Feb 11 2018
The basic sounds aren't great and are quite limited but fortunately you can load any samples you like and it works quite well. The midi triggering is a bit weird. It says the bass drum is assigned to C4 but it actually seems to be assigned to C2. Best used as a sampler for your own drum files.
bolgwrad Mar 10 2016
(3 / 5)
Mar 10 2016
Nice UI, hiding plenty of options for loading WAVs - though some (24-bit?) crash Reaper here. All the other drum VSTs I tried here used the same MIDI map; DDPro has its own map which I got bored with setting up because there are many other quick'n'dirty drum VSTs that don't need tweaking like DDPro does.
TJ Nov 19 2014
Nov 19 2014
Simple and low on cpu with no hassles. Plays wave samples too! It really is great! I wish there was a 7 piece though, 5 is okay for most genres but 2 more slots would have made it the king.
Robert F Aug 18 2013
Aug 18 2013
Hi there. This little guy rocks, in my humble opinion. Have tried out various other low cpu intensity drum samplers to get the most out of my old laptop and this vsti is the bees knees. Elektrostudio Ocet is also really really good.
Anonymous Jan 31 2011
Jan 31 2011
Hi there, Does anyone know how I can make the sample play when it detects a vibration from a piezoelectric pickup on a kick? Basically, how do I trigger a kick drum? Im not using MIDI and, for the time being, cannot... Thanks
Techno Jon May 07 2011
May 07 2011
Does it plug into your computer? I sez, get a host program http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=piezoelectric+pickup+host that can handle your device, and just route it through that somehow.
Kaitoyuuki Apr 16 2012
Apr 16 2012
A simple thing you could try is plugging in a second keyboard and rigging it underneath the kick pedal so that when you press it, it hits the space bar and then set up the space bar to register whatever sound you want. The other option, which is much better IMO, is to buy one of those electronic pad drum kits and hook it up to your computer with a midi-usb cable or whatever cable it came with.
iyi Jun 29 2010
(3 / 5)
Jun 29 2010
Çok iyi çok beğendim fıstık gibi sallaaaa....
Phobic May 19 2010
May 19 2010
Not function in my ableton.
Amatek Mar 01 2010
(5 / 5)
Mar 01 2010
Super sympa comme instru, malheureusement je ne peux pas sauvegarder de projet avec cet instru, plantage de cubase quand j'essai d'ouvrir le projet fait avec... Quel dommage, je suis un peu blasé.
boredmuso Dec 04 2009
(3 / 5)
Dec 04 2009
Very simple sounds (all have the same electronic root-sound), but one of the few that actually works with ableton live and vista. Good for recreating old, electronic percussive sounds.
Opochtli Jun 05 2009
(5 / 5)
Jun 05 2009
Very easy to use with Psycle.
pavith dj Apr 30 2009
(4 / 5)
Apr 30 2009
Awesome stuff cool, this will work well.
Morten Mar 14 2009
(5 / 5)
Mar 14 2009
It's like the Redrum drumcomputer from Reason. It is really awsome!
no-rush Feb 02 2009
(2 / 5)
Feb 02 2009
Just 5 sounds.
JAY Dec 31 2010
Dec 31 2010
You can always download free drum kits and load your own drum sounds.
jay Dec 31 2010
Dec 31 2010
I agree with Morten, it's very similar to "REDRUM" in reasons program. 5/5 from me