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Toontrack Releases Midi Pack with Code Orange Drummer Jami Morgan

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November is Metal Month for drum programming software pioneers Toontrack, meaning the Swedish (where else?) company has a whole slew of releases on the table that metalheads will eat up. On the heels of the release of Superior Drummer 3 earlier this fall, Metal Month offerings so far this year include the Bob Rock Expansion Packthe Death Metal MIDI Pack by Cattle Decapitation’s Dave McGraw, and the Thrash Metal MIDI Pack.

The latest: the Doom/Core MIDI pack, a collection of drum grooves and fills inspired by doom, sludge and hardcore, as performed by Code Orange’s Jami Morgan!

Here’s everything you need to know, with the pack available for purchase right here for only $29:

Umeå, Sweden, November 14, 2017.
Today, Toontrack announced the Doom/Core MIDI pack, a collection of drum grooves and fills inspired by doom, sludge and hardcore. This marks the sixty-eighth individual title in Toontrack’s ever-growing line of drum MIDI and the third release of the company’s annual Metal Month campaign running every year in November.

About the Doom/Core MIDI pack
The Doom/Core MIDI pack takes the crushing heaviness of doom and sludge and melds it with the ferocity and vigor of hardcore to form a cunning fusion of grooves for modern metal. Performed by acclaimed Code Orange drummer Jami Morgan, this collection takes a toehold on not only his own band’s songs but just as much the spur of the moment. In total, you get a broad collection of inventive drumming for use in any modern heavy rock or metal context. Expect anything from devastating heaviness to relentless aggression.

FEATURE SPOTLIGHT
• Drum grooves and fills inspired by doom and hardcore music
• Performed by Jami Morgan (Code Orange)
• 4/4 in straight and/or swing feel
• Tempos ranging from 80 BPM to 200 BPM
• Song structure categorization (intro, verse, chorus, bridge, fills, etc.)

Find more information here:
https://www.toontrack.com/product/doomcore-midi/

 

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