دانلود رایگان برترین درامز مجازی Steinberg Groove Agent 2 با لینک مستقیم
در این پست در خدمت شما کاربران سایت ALOVST هستیم با یکی دیگر از وی اس تی های حرفه ای و قدرتمند Steinberg Groove Agent 2
Steinberg Groove Agent 2 را هم اکنون میتوانید از این پست و در ادامه ی مطلب به همراه تماشای دموی تصویری آن از سایت الو وی اس تی بزرگترین و تنها سایت دانلود رایگان وی اس تی در ایران با لینک مستقیم رایگان و مجانی دانلود نمایید .
در ادامه ی مطلب با دانلود رایگان برترین درامز مجازی Steinberg Groove Agent 2 با لینک مستقیم ، همراه الو وی اس تی باشید .
Steinberg Groove Agent 2 ، آخرین نسخه کرک شده از این وی اس تی درامز مطرح و محبوب است . بسیاری از آهنگ هایی که از سالهای گذشته تا به امروز میشنویم ، اثری از Groove Agent در درام آهنگها دیده می شود. درامز مجازی همه کاره که شما را از هر نرم افزار درام دیگری بی نیاز میسازد. لازم به ذکر است ، با نصب نسخه ۵ کیوبیس ، Groove Agent 2 بطور اتوماتیک نصب میشود. همچنین با دانلود کیوبیس ۷٫۵ المنت که در سایت نیز قرار دارند ، نسخه ای نه چندان کامل از Groove Agent 4 نصب و قابل استفاده است. مزیت وی اس تی درج شده در این پست این است که میتوان از آن در سایر DAW های آهنگسازی مانند اف ال استودیو و … نیز بهره گرفت.
ویژگی های اصلی Groove Agent 2 :
بیش از ۸۰ استایل درام برای سبک های مختلف و با پترن های مختلف
۲۵ سطح پیچیدگی برای هر پترن درام
امکان ترکیب کردن کیت های درام سبک های مختلف
درام کیت های منحصر بفرد و سازهای کوبه ای
خروجی ۲۴ بیت استودیو
امکان ساخت کیت سفارشی
امکان نواختن درام به وسیله Midi Controller
Steinberg Groove Agent 2 – virtual instrument offering the latest styles and rhythms of drums and is compatible with VST, DXi, Rewire and AU plug-in formats.
The delivery Groove Agent 2 includes twice as many sets of musical styles and shock than in the first version. 27 new styles contain a set of ultra-fashionable musical styles such as RnB, Bristol Trip Hop, OldSchool HipHop, Retro Rock, Punk, Grunge and many others. In addition to the ultra trendy drum kit in GA2 has revived retro drum synths, lofi drums, drum kit for recording heavy metal songs and lots of percussion.
The new version is available up to 8 stereo outputs, manage virtual mixer. You can disable the sample playback in the Groove Agent and use it as a MIDI Player for playback of external samples.
* More than 80 musical styles, each with its own set of patterns
* 25 complexity levels in each style, including cutaways and improvisational fill
* Combine any style with any drum kit
* The unique drum kits and percussion set of electronic drum sounds
* 24-bit audio
* 8 stereo outputs
* Custom Drum Kits
* Record Groove Agent beats to MIDI track in Cubase and Nuendo or export Groove Agent rhythm to a MIDI file for later use
* Support for VST, DXi, AU, Rewire and availability as an independent
From Bornemark, the same Swedish developers that gave us Virtual Guitarist and Broomstick Bass (reviewed elsewhere in this issue), Groove Agent is essentially an ‘instant drummer’ for those that either can’t or don’t have the time to program their own drum rhythms, or who want some rhythmic inspiration. Plenty of us fall into these categories, yet when I first saw version 1 displayed at the Frankfurt Musikmesse in 2003 I was tempted to dismiss it as a gimmick — that is, until I was given a proper demonstration of its capabilities. The sounds are all high-quality 24-bit audio (mostly recorded onto analogue tape), and although you can use it as a simple drum machine, it actually provides far more creative possibilities.
Version 2 offers many more rhythm style options (81 instead of version 1’s 54) including grunge, punk, and trip-hop, plus nine new kits, and there are now up to eight stereo outputs available for more refined mixing options. What’s more, you can now bypass the internal sample-playback engine and output MIDI data to trigger your own preferred drum sounds, and you can capture MIDI performances to a MIDI file independent of any host application. Let me fill in the details.
We reviewed version 1 back in SOS July 2003, but here’s a brief recap. Groove Agent can play drums in a variety of styles, arranged chronologically across the upper curving timeline slider, starting in the 1950s with ‘Swing’ and moving through five decades to the 21st century and ‘Mini Club’. Each style has an associated drum/percussion setup, but you can unlink the lower part of the slider to marry any kit with any style. Furthermore, each style provides 25 complexity levels from laid-back to incredibly busy, chosen from the lower slider, each with its own unique ‘fill’, and once again you can link/unlink the fills from the complexity level.
Other refinements include the choice of snare or sidestick, buttons to trigger accents or fills on demand, a half-tempo feel, and a random option that plays slightly varying patterns. A set of rotary knobs down the left-hand side of the window lets you create a triplet shuffle feel, loosen the timing, add simple limiting, and control the Ambience balance by mixing together dry, two-metre, and seven-metre distant miked versions of the same sounds.
Besides the jump in required hard drive space from 300MB to 450MB, system requirements are much the same as for version 1 (a 1.4GHz PC Pentium or Athlon processor for PC users, or a Power Mac G4 Dual and 1.25GHz), although Windows 2000 and Mac OS 9 support have been quietly dropped. 512MB of RAM is also recommended, but I’d increase this to 1GB for a typical user who’s running a host sequencer and other softsynths alongside.
Like most dongle-protected software, Groove Agent 2 should be installed without the dongle, to avoid your computer finding this new hardware device before the relevant drivers have been installed. Other than that, I found installation an easy ride, although I’d have liked an option to install the plug-in in my usual ‘vstplugins’ folder and the 450MB of audio files on another partition — some of us prefer to keep our Windows partitions as small as possible. PC owners get the option to install the DXi and Rewire versions along the way if they need them.
Those upgrading from version 1, like me, will be forgiven for initially thinking that they’ve been sent the old version by mistake, since until you notice the ‘2’ appended to the Groove Agent logo, there’s very little visual difference between the two, and exactly the same list of Styles appears across the top slider. The secret is that many are now displayed in a different colour, and if you right-click on these options, a pull-down menu appears with further related style options.
Unlike the historical linking of kits and styles to the timeline in version 1, the 27 new styles included in version 2 are somewhat more arbitrary, and are tucked in among the originals as right-click menu options. Here’s the complete lowdown in the order in which they appear along the timeline.
First up is ‘Bop’ for jazz standards, then there are two strange ones in 1953 under ‘Paint’ (presumably a Jackson Pollock reference?). ‘Ominous’ uses a palette of heartbeats, morse code, and deep mechanical noises for some unsettling soundscapes, while ‘Machinery’ mixes thuds, rattles, taps, and escaping steam to form relentless, pulsing rhythms ideal for future city soundtracks.
Rather more traditional are ‘6/8’ (this handy time signature was missing altogether from version 1), ‘Slow Blues’ for jam sessions, ‘Steady Beat’ for straightforward no-surprises drumming, and the latin-influenced ‘Mozambique’. Next up are ‘Bombay Dance Hall’ and ‘Roots’ (the latter utilising the new ‘Noisy’ kit), both filed under the ‘Reggae’ style, but with very different flavours.
The Hard Rock section has been fleshed out considerably, with extra entries for ‘Grunge’, ‘Indie Punk’, ‘Unplugged’, and ‘Ballad’, while ‘Basic Hip-Hop’ has been supplemented with a simpler ‘Live’ and a ‘Sloppy’ version inspired by the Beastie Boys. Meanwhile, analogue drum machine freaks will rejoice that the rather generic 1981 ‘Elektro’ style is now joined by ‘Vintage FR3’, ‘TR7’, ‘CR8’, ‘Meek Ballad’ (where the 25 complexity levels simply add more and more beats to the same pattern), and the harder sounds of ‘Axis Y’.
The hard rock 1984 ‘Arena’ style now has ‘HM Straight’ and ‘Triplet’ feels for metalheads, the busy eighth-note feel of ‘Grind’, and the technique and busy fills of ‘Progressive’. ‘Daft’ provides simple rhythms, and 1994’s ‘Trip-Hop’ style is now supplemented by the acoustic sounds of Portishead-inspired ‘Bristol Trip’. Finally, ‘Kelly’ is an additional R&B style that’s slow and heavy with double-tempo hi-hats.
New Solo buttons feature alongside each instrument, making it far easier to tweak individual sounds in the mix. Version 1 already offered plenty of internal editing possibilities, including velocity response for selecting the softer or harder end of each instrument’s sample splits, ±1 octave tuning, decay, individual ambience, volume, and output selection. However, version 2 expands the number of possible stereo outputs from four to eight, so that you can now treat each of the eight ‘groups’ (kick, snare, toms, hi-hat, ride, crash, percussion 1, and percussion 2) through separate effects if you wish.
Because you can choose from one to eight stereo outputs in version 2, the ‘Ambience to output 4’ option from version 1 (located under the Setup lid at the bottom right of the window) has now become ‘Ambience Split’, which routes the ambient and reverberated versions of all parts to the highest available audio output (dependent, of course, on how many you’ve chosen).
در ادامه لینک رایگان ، از این وی اس تی را به همراه دمویی از آن را در اختیار موسیقی دوستان میگذاریم ، در خدمت شما دوستداران موسیقی هستیم و از همراهی شما ممنونیم .
با الو وی اس تی همراه باشید .