perfect drums player


What is Perfect Drums Player?

Perfect Drums Player is a FREE virtual instrument plug-in, featuring an intelligent sampling engine, that enables anyone to load and use unique multi-sampled instruments, created in the full version of Perfect Drums.

Perfect Drums Player gives you access to multi-sampled drum instruments incorporating: full control over different articulations, microphone groups, dynamic layers and every single audio sample in a quick and easy way.

Perfect Drums Player also features a mixer with incredible flexibility. It gives the user comprehensive metering, instrument level, pan & phase controls, parallel processing groups, fully configurable mix routings, including internal auxiliary busses and multiple outputs. Perfect Drums is able to carry out any mixing task, keeping your drums in a perfect balance.



We thought it would be great if you could play with some instruments in format for Perfect Drums Player. And that is why we decided to share with you one of the upcoming Perfect Drums Library Expansion instrument.

This one is the gorgeous Ludwig Carl Palmer Venus signature snare drum.

We provide you with both the .pdpi portable instrument for Perfect Drums/Perfect Drums Player and the .tci instrument for use with Slate Digital Trigger 2 EX/Platinum software. Feel free to choose the one you wish.

Just load it up, set the MIDI note mappings according to your style at the Articulations menu to the right of the Sampler section (if you are using the Perfect Drums version) and have fun!

What about a DEMO?

And that is not all! Additionally, we have also made the Perfect Drums DEMO kit for you to try in the PD Player. So you’d like to get closer to the Perfect Drums stock library, it has 8 instruments taken from one of the factory preset kits. Those include: kick, snare, rack tom, floor tom, hihat, ride and two crash cymbals. The number of round robins is limited to 2 per dynamic layer though as a part of demo limitation (full version has 8 round robins per dynamic layer). To load the kit use the “Load Sampler Kit” function found at the Kit Designer drop down menu.

You may also want to try the MIDI map, based on the product you are used to. So we created a bunch of Sampler MIDI map presets for you. You can load them using the “Load Sampler Map” function found at the Global Mappings menu. Enjoy!