EZDrummer Free Alternative – MT Power Drumkit 2 Audio Units – VST Plugin

ezdrummer free alternative

If your looking for a free EZ drummer alternative then check out the MTPowerDrumkit2. This free drum kit plugin is available for Mac and PC as an Audio Unit or VST. In my review video I test it out with my Roland / Quietest Electronic Drums – Home Made Low Volume E Drum Pads and show off some of the thousands of include grooves.

The MTPowerDrumkit2 has one multi layer drum sampler rock drum kit with a simple mixer and groove library.
The mixer section comes with multi out vol, pan, and compersion for each individual outputs, kick, snare and so on.

“The MT Power Drum Kit is a free drum sampler offering the powerful, high-quality sounds of an acoustic, realistic drum kit. Samples have been specially recorded and processed to make them ideally suited for use in pop, rock and metal productions.”

The MT Power Drum Kit Sampler claims that the drum samplers are pre-processed with compressors and EQs to make them a perfect fit for any mix.

The compressors built into the channels give you even more control over the level of compression.

You can choose from thousands of assorted rhythms in the comprehensive Groove Library and compose your own drum accompaniment. In particular, the innovative functions for creating fills generate very smooth and realistic drum tracks.

More Info & Download Here http://www.powerdrumkit.com

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2 thoughts on “EZDrummer Free Alternative – MT Power Drumkit 2 Audio Units – VST Plugin”

  1. Hello! This is very interesting to me! I don’t know much about it. Can I purchase these backing tracks without drums, to use playing in public? By in public, I mean like retirement homes, city malls, etc.? These days, where I live it’s hard to find bands and/or musicians who’ll play jazz or swing or anything that may appeal to a general adult audience. I’m thinking that I could use these marvelous backing tracks, to play my drums for people, giving them quality music that they’d enjoy! Also, if you could, explain how the tracks are to be used (what equipment, etc. is required).
    Thank you very much!
    Jeff Hogue, Riverside, Ca.

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