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No, the Z in doesn't stand for Ziltoid.
Toontrack just released a demo version for the drum curious or wallet stingy.
Promote your endorsed software and avoid pissing off your neighbors in the process. Two birds, buddies.
And in the process terrify you with whatever filter is on his face.
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Win some recording software and free tickets to a show!
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For those of you who don't like dry guitars or sandwiches.
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