TOONTRACK Releases Dave McGraw (CATTLE DECAPITATION) Death Metal MIDI Drum Pack

Kicking off their Metal Month celebration, Toontrack has just announced the Death Metal MIDI pack, a package of over 400 drum performances by Cattle Decapitation drummer Dave McGraw. Having watched Dave play on several occasions, I can infer that this is going to be an amazing pack, and anyone who records death metal or grindcore is going to want to get your hands on this.

Here’s more details:

Umeå, Sweden, October 31, 2017.
Today, Toontrack announced the Death Metal MIDI pack, a collection of drum grooves and fills performed by Cattle Decapitation drummer Dave McGraw. This marks the sixty-sixth individual title in Toontrack’s ever-growing line of drum MIDI and the first release of the company’s annual Metal Month campaign, launching today.

About the Death Metal MIDI pack
With extreme finesse and razor-sharp execution, drummer Dave McGraw steamrolls his way through this collection of MIDI like a battering ram. Handling drumming duties in the death metal band Cattle Decapitation, he’s obliged to master anything from the heaviest and most basic of backbeats to the utmost in technical prowess – something that goes to show in this pack. Expect the entire range, from bombastic and ultra-heavy to savage tempos, hammering bass drums and blistering fills. This is death metal drumming in its most raw and stark form, executed by a drummer at the vanguard of the international scene.

FEATURE SPOTLIGHT
• Drum grooves and fills inspired by extreme death metal music
• Performed by Dave McGraw (Cattle Decapitation)
• Approx. 400 individually played files
• 4/4 in straight and/or swing feel
• Tempos ranging from 88 BPM to 260 BPM
• Song structure categorization (intro, verse, chorus, bridge, fills, etc.)

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