Toontrack Introduces Allen Morgan II S2.0 Producer Presets

(mtebaldi | Posted 2010-09-14)

Toontrack Introduces Allen Morgan II S2.0 Producer Presets

Toontrack keeps expanding its catalogue of drum-oriented products dedicated to helping producers and songwriters accomplish what there really intend to; a hit song. With Allen Morgan S.20 Producer Preset, Toontrack brought to all the Superior Drummer users the inside secrets of one of the most sought after programmers, mixers, re-mixers and producers. Now, with this Allen Morgan II S2.0 Producer Presents, Toontrack is picking up right where Allenís last pack left off.

Allen Morgan is one of the most versatile mixers and producers in the business. His extensive client list ranges from Country giants such as Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire, to iconic pop acts like NSYNC, to alternative rock gods like Trent Reznorís baby, Nine Inch Nails. The secret of Allenís extraordinary clientele is found in his innovative mixing skills that create unique, expansive sound-scapes while being able to lend a contemporary touch to all his work without losing track of the organic feel that makes music real. Once again, with this new S2.0 Producer Preset, one can literally be inside Allenís head, discovering every aspect of his drum mixing and producing techniques. Offering a wide range of presets for specific music genres, from rock to pop to country, and even metal, Allen Morgan II S2.0 Producer Presets is simply integrated to Superior Drummer 2.0 and the core library. All you have to do is download, install, mix and have fun. Its price is just another lure, $9 for skillfully crafted presets, it couldnít possibly get any better than that.

For more information and for purchasing Allen Morgan II S2.0 Producers Presents please visit www.toontrack.com. You can also check out some of Allenís works on the demo player.

For additional information about for the men behind this newly released Producer Presets pack, Allen Morgan, please visit www.allenmorganaudio.com.

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