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Denis Eismann releases SuperDrumFX

Denis Eismann SuperDrumFX

Denis Eismann has released SuperDrumFX (SDFX), a freeware software drum sampler VST plug-in for Windows PC.

SuperDrumFX features

  • Wave-Player – plays the samples when triggered (Stereo or Mono WAV 16 Bit 44 kHz).
  • ADSR envelope.
  • VCA (DCA) – virtual voltage controlled amplifier.
  • Mixer – set the volume for each drum sample.
  • EQ – 2-Band Shelving Equalizer, high (10 kHz +/-5dB) and low (80 Hz +/-15dB).
  • FX – Reverb (Hall & Room), Delay and Flanger.
  • MIDI-Filter – Filter MIDI-Channel, MIDI-Note, MIDI-Velocity.
  • Roland E-Drum standard MIDI settings.

SuperDrumFX comes with a 13.6 MB drum library (separate download).

Visit SuperDrumFX for more information and a link to download SuperDrumFX.

  • beatman

    I can’t believe this is freeware! This thing is very extensive!

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  • beatman

    DON’T BE FOOLED BY THE IMAGE! This is no indication of what’s under the hood! I think I can safely say that this is the most extensive SE sample player to be created to date. The jpg image above gives the impression that it’s a toy.

    The truth of the matter is, it has about 10-12
    pages of UI to choose from in order to get to all the functions.

    Each drum channel has a 2 band eq. It also has dedicated fx send levels for each segment of drums ie..kick, snare, toms, etc. You can utilize about 4 fx’s at the same time. You can have 2 different reverbs for each drum segment. This thing also utilizes velocity switching of samples like the Sfz format. it also has a function that varies the pitch by velocity in a more natural way which makes acoustic drum samples sound more realistically played. Although it was made
    for playing with an E.kit, you can also use your keyboard. It’s set on midi channel 10 by default, but you can change it. Remember this point when you fail to hear anything because it’s set to channel 10 and your DAW may be set to something else.

    Most of all, you can load your own samples!
    There are to many things to mention so I’ll leave it at that. This thing should definitely be payware for all it’s capable of. Don’t sleep on this one or you’ll be sorry you did!!!

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