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TIME AND SPACE: Toontrack EZX Traditional Country

A classic acoustic kit that works for country, folk and acoustic music is a tricky ask. Matthew Mann dons a stetson for this EZX collection…

Anyone who has ever programmed drums knows that it can kill the creative buzz sitting there for hours moving notes here and there, and making them sound real is challenging, unless you’re a drummer. Then along comes a company like Toontrack and the game changes. Its EZdrummer drum software made it easy to not only get a great drum sound, but also had lots of MIDI grooves that were easy to combine for a great performance. Additionally, EZX expansion packs added more grooves and more diverse drum kits for use in different styles of song; they cover metal to electronic to blues and everything in between.

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The new issue of MusicTech magazine is on sale Thursday May 19th, and this month we bring you a glimpse of a dynamic new touchy-feely music making future in our whopping cover feature looking at getting literally hands-on with your music. Also we bring you 6 ways to create a cool studio, 6 of the best mixers, the latest reviews, tutorials for every major DAW and a sad farewell to the Moog Voyager…