Sonoma Wire Works™ and Submersible Music have entered into an agreement to bring select content (drum loops and fills) from Submersible's popular DrumCore™ software to Sonoma Wire Works' InstantDrummer™ format. This will give RiffWorks recording software users access to grooves by Matt Sorum (The Cult, Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver), Tony Braunagel (Bonnie Raitt, Taj Mahal), Sly Dunbar (Bob Marley), Alan White (Yes, John Lennon) and other great drummers.
Doug Wright from Sonoma Wire Works says, "We are excited to add DrumCore's celebrity drummers to our ever growing list of available InstantDrummer Sessions. With the stand alone version of RiffWorks coming for PC and Mac OS X (including Intel Macs), offering new features such as RiffLink online collaboration and RiffCaster instant podcasting technology, RiffWorks users have a lot to look forward to."
Dave Dysart from Submersible Music remarked, "RiffWorks makes computer-based songwriting more accessible. Our approach is similar, in that we cater to those more interested in writing and playing than reading manuals. We're happy to bring some of our great grooves to RiffWorks to make it even easier to be inspired and write great songs."
The content will be based on Submersible "GrooveSets" which are recorded at multiple bpms to provide superior drummer feel and sound quality. All grooves were recorded in professionally designed studios using state-of-the-art digital (ProTools HD3) and analog (SSL, Neumann, Cole, Neve, etc.). Visit Submersible Music at NAMM in Hall A Booth 6225, January 19-22.