Three classic amps in plug-in form
A welcome addition to the lower end of e-kits, it's not perfect, but if you buy a decent brain to go with it you're laughing
There's more to convolution technology than reverb - here we have a plug-in that can give you the sound of just about any kind of speaker
The rare delivery of an Ayotte kit is always a reason for celebration, and this fantastic-sounding Custom set is no exception
Arguably the best acrylic drums ever made, they look and sound fantastic as long as you can handle the plastic
Alan Gilby's vented shell snares create a dry, punchy response and the everyday prices make them worth investigating
The snares made famous by Krupa are still going strong, and the priceless tone makes these worthy successors to the Radio King title
It's one thing to create a plug-in that generates vocal harmonies, but quite another to make these harmonies sound realistic...
For the price, it's hard to find fault with the Adder kit, and the snare's not half bad for a beginner's kit either
Despite the obvious 'natural' benefits of convolution reverbs, quality artificial models are a more flexible choice. Cue Breverb…
It's hardly groundbreaking, but this sound module, audio interface and music file player is a solid, versatile performer.
Pacific's X7 kit offers the complete package in terms of sound, and boasts several of DW's high-end features - minus the big price tag
With a comprehensive sample library and a flexible sound-shaping interface, ManyBass has your bottom end covered.
All-maple nine-ply shells, lacquered finish and solid hardware make a strong combination for your money