Virtual Drummer PHAT is a slick and funky Hip-hop operator, producing grooves, fills and breaks straight from the street!
Contemporary drummer with a 60s & 70s vibe
Virtual Drummer PHAT is a slick and funky Hip-hop operator, producing grooves, fills and breaks straight from the street! Ready at any time to quickly lay down entire beats and rhythms that will make your body move and keep the MC nodding their head.
What’s New in DEEP?
- 30 styles with 690 drum patterns, 70 sound designer presets
- 5 drum kits, 6 mix presets
- Drag-and-drop phrases to DAW for detailed note editing
- Retro morph control called “Grit”
Soul and funk dominated the music biz during the 1960s and 1970s. And we think for a good reason! These styles were predominantly played by African-American musicians like Stevie Wonder, James Brown, and Marvin Gaye. Soul music took the stages, record players and musical hearts of the world by storm, driven by iconic rhythm sections like the Funk Brothers and Booker T. & The M.G.’s.
Quickly customize the sound of each of the five drum kits: Dial in some extra dirt and energy with the Grit control or by using one of our six Mix Presets – from gentle and sophisticated to fierce and powerful!
The Hard Facts
Windows 10 or later
macOS 10.14 or later
64 bit only
You may have success on earlier versions but UJAM doesn’t support and fully qualify them.
8 GB of RAM
7.23 GB of Disk Space
1280x768px Display, Internet Connection. If you want to move your .blob file to an external drive, we recommend the use of a SSD to prevent dropouts.
VST, AU 2, and AAX
AU 2 version only compatible with Logic Pro X and newer.
Downloadable Installer File
E-mail and Password Within the Plug-in
Soul music emphasizes lyrics, vocal melodies, and vocal harmonies. You could see the roots as gospel music without the religious factor. Typical songs emphasize melody and vocals. Soul music is much less complex than funk music and was more commercially successful. This means soul drumming features more basic patterns with fewer embellishments.
Walkthrough video by Derek van Krogh:
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