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TOONTRACK ROCK SOLID EZX Computer music Drum Kits

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Item Weight45 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 2.5 x 15.2 cm
Item model numberEZX Rock Solid
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Best Sellers Rank 31,630 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight45 g
Date First Available7 Nov. 2012
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By iain on 7 Oct. 2013
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excellent bit of software for the non-drummers great sounds and easy to use, if you have EZD then a must for making it a more powerfull package
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This is a really great sounding drum library, I have a decent amount of experienced in recording/producing and for rock drums this sounds great right out of the box, worth every penny without question.

However as some have mentioned the Installation can be problematic depending on what you are running.

Problem is; many people running `dedicated' music PCs will intentionally run a `bare-bones' operating system in order to free up as much processing power as possible. This is the only program I've come across that would not install on a system running a light OS, so I had to put the PC online (install network and all the s***e that goes with that) and install all the windows prerequisites (service packs, .NETetc.) before being able to load this software. Now this is not a problem if you are using a family PC as you will probably already have that stuff installed but if you have a PC very specifically designed for the studio then this is a complete headache as you really don't want or need all the extraneous windows stuff.

I'm glad I bought this but am frankly P'd off that I had to install so many other RAM-sapping service packs and framework programs before I could install it - how come other software does not have this problem? Rant over.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Absolute Power 7 Feb. 2013
By Dirty Dik Furberger - Published on Amazon.com
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I buy a lot of ez-x expansions for EZ Drummer, so I took a chance on this one. Honestly, it is now my go-to kit. The sound is huge, great for heavy rock like Van Halen, Motley Crue, Scorpions, or any other big 80s rock. I have the DFH expansion- awesome for metal and super heavy funk, but Rock Solid fits all my projects. I really gotta hand it to Ryan Vikedal & Randy Staub for the overall quality of this ez-x. I absolutely despise Nickelback, so I was a little hesitant since Vikedal used to play with them, but I figure if he was smart enough to leave he must be a genius and worthy of this purchase.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great Sounds, Limited Usability, Lots of Toms, No Double Pedal 12 Dec. 2013
By t street - Published on Amazon.com
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The Rock Solid EZX sounds fantastic, the drum tones are warm, big, and sound like what heavy rock drums should sound like. There are tons of sampled patterns for hard rock. If you want something for soft rock, jazz, pop, look elsewhere. On the flip side, if you want metal, this kit sounds great with DFH patterns, but this expansion pack has zero double pedal work provided in the grooves. There are one or two fills that have a little double pedal work, but that’s it. This is not the kit you want for stoner metal type music. The tones are really clean, and way produced. Meaning, they sound great with hard radio rock. One of the best things about this pack is that it comes with a lot of tom work, and build up tom hits that have been missing in a lot of the other packs. The kick sounds amazing and I wish I could use it with some of my other kits.
The major downside for me are the grooves, they are laid out in song format (which I CANNNOT STAND!) but they seem useable if you’re willing to cut sections from the grooves to make your own songs. This is my constant beef with Toontrack, they nailed it with the groove patterns on DFH, but they keep using the song format. I’m sure if you just want to use the song format to put quick ideas down, or if you’re using an electronic kit it’d be great, but if you’re trying to create your own original pieces of work, then it makes it more difficult than it needs to be.
So far, I’m really impressed with the sounds. I’m not sure how much I’ll use them because I prefer things to be a little dirtier, but I think I’ll use some of the tom work, and build up patterns. Way better than having to create them myself. The snare sounds are great and there’s enough room to find a snare to fit just about anything heavy. All the kick drums sound great, not a bad one in the bunch. The china’s are a little weak, but you can just turn them off. There’s another cymbal that wasn’t my favorite, but I just selected another. Overall, great sounds but still not as good as my standard for almost all my music, DFH.
One other beef: If you go to the Toontrack website and listen to the samples, there a few songs for this kit that feature double kick, which is most likely played with an electronic kit using MIDI. But it’s misleading to most people who are just checking these kits out, and they buy it, thinking they’re getting one thing, and getting something else. The samples sound should just be what you get in the package, or at least have some kind of notice letting people know that they aren’t getting those grooves.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
THE best 8 Jun. 2013
By Shadow - Published on Amazon.com
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I have them all. Yes every ezx expansion pack and every Superior Drummer pack. This is my favorite, the one I always keep going back to. For the one. 3 star review to state the snare has little impact but no smack to them is just weird and misleading...or just wrong as heck. The snares are incredible and the power of this pack is amazing. I use it in a few different styles from folk, rock, metal and progressive. Get it...simple as that.
Bombastic 22 Feb. 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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My "go-to" expansion pack for big drums. Marvelous just like all Toontrack products. My friend, who knows the difference, described my first song using them as "bombastic".
the drums do sound really good. They're clean and powerful 18 Jan. 2015
By js1268 - Published on Amazon.com
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It's okay. I say that because of its limits as it relates to song construction. Not many grooves. However, the drums do sound really good. They're clean and powerful.
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