Total Studio Drums is a comprehensive drum library designed for Modern Rock, Pop, Country, and Metal music styles. This collection of mix-ready drum tones provides producers and musicians with a wide range of sounds to choose from, ensuring that you'll always find the perfect drum sound for your projects.

Whether you're working on an album, a demo, or just jamming along to your favorite tunes, Total Studio Drums has everything you need to bring your drum tracks to life. Get ready for a drum sound that's big, bold, and ready to rock.

Recorded at Santa Studio in Warsaw, Poland by Mikolaj Kiciak


Mikolaj Kiciak - Engineering & drum tech
Bartek Kołodziejski - Drum hit performance
Patryk Drozdz - Video and Photography


Will TOTAL STUDIO DRUMS work on my computer?

64-bit PC Windows 7 and higher
64-bit MAC OS X 10.9 and higher

4GB of RAM
Dual Core CPU
a soundcard
4GB of hard drive space

Please note:
iOS and Android

Which DAW's are currently supported

VST/AU/AAX 64-bit only:

Pro Tools 11 and higher
Cockos Reaper 3.4 and higher
Steinberg Cubase 8 and higher
Cakewalk Sonar X3 and higher
Apple Logic X 10.2.1 and higher
Studio one 5
FL Studio 11
Digital Performer 9
Ableton Live 8 (Mac)
Ableton Live 9 (PC)
Reason 1
Magix Music Maker
Harrison Mixbus

Not-supported DAWs:

Cakewalk BandLab


    1) Connect your drum module to your computer either via MIDI/USB

    2) Navigate to DAW settings and make sure your E-kit/MIDI Device is listed as a MIDI Device

    3) Load up an instrument track and choose the MIDI Device as track input (that MIDI signal is received from the MIDI that the e-kit is sending)

    4) Select Ugritone Drums as the Virtual Instrument and let it load

    5) Make sure Ugritone Drums instrument track is either armed for recording and/or has monitoring turned on

    6) Enjoy

    - Please note that due to USB/MIDI connection latency your safest bet is to connect output from your modulefor real time monitoring

    - Either set the module mapping (can usually be set in Ext Trig menu) to match U.D mapping or match U.D (inside routing tab) to module mapping.

    Detailed Walkthrough:

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