XLN Audio – Addictive Drums 2 Complete v2.1.9 MODiFiED – R2R (VSTi, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

By | November 18, 2019

 

Year / Release Date : 10/06/2019
Version : 2.1.9
Developer : XLN Audio
Developer’s site : XLN Audio
Format : VST / AAX / AU (MODiFiED)
Bit : 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka : present
System Requirements :
Windows 7, 8, 10
macOS 10.9 or later
2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)


Description : Addictive Drums is a full-fledged drum studio for every taste: this is a plug-in that allows you to easily create realistic drum rhythms that will sound as if they were recorded live, and not as if the computer is playing a certain sequence. Sounds of strokes contain all sorts of nuances: from light to the strongest blow. The drums from Addictive Drums cover an impressive range of sounds that suit a variety of music styles. At your disposal are a compressor, equalizer, distortion, saturator, filter, limiter and reverb – all in order to create an individual, unique sound.


9 thoughts on “XLN Audio – Addictive Drums 2 Complete v2.1.9 MODiFiED – R2R (VSTi, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

  1. Jesika

    Common problem but easy fix… your antivirus or Windows security deleted it as soon as you opened the folder. Check your torrent downloader files list… it is there and was downloaded…. Exclude the folder where all your torrents download too. This will happen repeatedly if you don’t…

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  2. kekas

    After a while, after I’ve done everything by the instructions, it says that the trial period has expired. Not sure what to do, I’ve uninstalled it and re-done everything numerous times. Any tips?

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  3. rey

    @Jesika – I just learned MUCH from your post, especially in setting exclusions from Windows security. I have wondered if files that get deleted, in lieu of setting the exclusion of torrents folder, can be retrieved as if they weren’t actually deleted but quarantined? Regardless of that, your advice helped me in a major way. Not like you’ll get this but I find I have to watch the “Realtime protection” switch because it turns itself back on in a matter of hours….. it seems there’s no way to just turn it off and forget it.
    A thousands thanks πŸ™‚

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