Sonivox’ Tony Coleman Drums Now Shipping

SONiVOX recently announced the availability of Tony Coleman Drums, a new drum instrument for drummers, producers, and songwriters.

Coleman is known for his work with B.B. King, Etta James, Buddy Guy and Albert King, among others.

Sonivox_Tony_Coleman_DrumsOriginally announced at NAMM 2015, Tony Coleman Drums features:

  • 20 GB of “expertly-captured” drum samples played by Tony Coleman
  • Recorded at Ardent Studios using top-shelf analog equipment
  • Select kick and snare samples feature 2-inch Studer tape compression
  • Intelligent Rhythm Control corrects note timing without sacrificing musicality
  • All-new audio engine for uncanny realism in any DAW
  • Comprehensive part editing; pitch, compression, filters and EQ
  • Studio-grade master effects; reverb, compression and EQ
  • 32- and 64-bit VST, 64-bit AU, Pro Tools 10 and Pro Tools 11

Pricing and Availability. Sonivox’ Tony Coleman Drums is available now, via download at $149.99 at the Sonivox website.


6 thoughts on “Sonivox’ Tony Coleman Drums Now Shipping

  1. As usual, they have gone way overboard on the compression, which makes everything sound unnatural.
    The soundcloud demo’s sound too robotic.
    The kick drum has absolutely no beef to it, due to that lame old D112.
    That combined with Sabian cymbals and Mapex drums, makes it a very uninteresting product, especially at that price.

    1. stop bitching! demo sounds great, compared to other demos of “professionally recorded” hundred gigabyte drum libraries sounding like cheap MIDI drums.

  2. Toms sound great but it is a lot of money for only one sound. That kick and snare would get pretty annoying after a while.

  3. Musically, it sounds great. But I agree that the demo is seriously loud and over compressed. I wonder if anyone knows if the compression comes from the instrument software itself, or if it was done in the downmix.

  4. This is just one of the kits, willing to bet there are uncompressed kits too. I will agree that $150 is obnoxious for what it is. Also….it’s Sonivox

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