Discover what the internet is saying about Ugritone.
Yay or nay?
Upgraded Reviews scanned the web to find out what real users are saying about Ugritone.
See the highlights below and decide for yourself!
Table of contents
- ✅ Pros
- ❌ Cons
- ⚖️ Summaries
- 💸 Top Discount
“The sampler engine is all new, providing multiple round robin and velocity layers.”
“The shells have a built in sampler with 62 samples, and the possibility to load your own.”
“It is a real nice punchy, crunchy kit that suits an up-beat punky sound but can be moulded to rock and metal tracks.”
“You can use the buttons across the bottom to quickly open/close your Panels and switch between the Mix, FX, and Routing tabs.”
“While the older drum samplers of It Might Get Loud were smaller and aimed to obtain a specific sound, this is a much more versatile suite.”
“Comprising of over 2800 unique samples, you can totally get away with playing super fast beats on this kit without ever sounding like a machine-gun in a cheap computer game.”
“It comes with six snares, two kicks, one full set of toms, and 10 cymbals.”
“It keeps your MIDI drums sounding natural by playing different samples instead of the same exact one over and over.”
“The routing options are great.”
“The sounds are very usable, and aimed to all kinds of heavy music.”
“You can control the levels of the close mics, room mics and overheads individually, for each kit piece.”
“The Finnfantry Expansion comes with a graphic user interface to process the kit individually or in groups.”
“The ‘matrix’ option gives you full control over exectly where each microphone gets sent to (up to 16 stereo outs).”
“You can easily route each drum to a different track and effect them with your favorite plugins.”
“It also comes with over 100 one-shot samples to layer your drums.”
“You can blend in the one shot samples directly within each drum part, all inside the virtual instrument itself.”
“Finnfantry Expansion is VST/AU/AAX compatible.”
“There’s the routing window which allows you to set up the outputs of the plugin to your DAW mixer.”
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“Ugritone notes that you’re going to need the KVLT Drums II set first, as the Finnfantry Expansion is very much an expansion and not a standalone program.”
⚖️ Final Say
Read the summaries of what reviewers think about Ugritone below.
“I have found this drum sampler much more polished and refined than the previous products of the software house, and it’s safe to say that Northern Artillery Drums marks a great beginning for the new Ugritone brand.”
“If you’re looking to make some 2000s-sounding Finnish death metal, but you don’t know any Finnish drummers, then don’t freak out! Ugritone has just announced their KVLT Drums II: Finnfantry Expansion pack for all your Finnish death metal needs.”
“If you’re one of those guys/gals who likes to write and record dirty punk and metal at home but you don’t have room for a drumkit, or the patience for a punk drummer… It Might Get Loud probably have a kit that will work for you. This is not a Slate or Toontrack product and these kits were not played by world famous drummers in world famous studios by world famous engineers. And that’s exactly WHY they are perfect for the authentic sound of your Crust/D-Beat/Pop-Punk/Woteva bedroom studio project. And the prices are far more agreeable too.”
“The sampler engine is all new, providing multiple round robin and velocity layers. This keeps your MIDI drums sounding natural by playing different samples instead of the same exact one over and over. Like Ugritone Assault Drums and Northern Artillery Drums, KVLT 2 utilizes the Panel style interface. You can use the buttons across the bottom to quickly open/close your Panels and switch between the Mix, FX, and Routing tabs.”