Ugritone's Metal Mayhem Spring Sale!

Spring into action and refresh your music with Ugritone's incredible deals on heavy metal drum samplers and MIDI packs. Enjoy discounts of up to 80% off!

From the "Almighty MIDI Pack" offering over 4500 grooves across a myriad of metal genres, to the versatile and raw "KVLT Drums II" designed to capture the sound of underground metal, there's something for every metal enthusiast.

Additionally, don't overlook our other specials like the "Total Studio Drums" for a bold, mix-ready drum sound, or the nostalgic "Arena Rock Drums" for that classic 80's vibe.

Sale ends at the end of May. Make your music stand out this season!

  • Why buy from Ugritone?

    We have been in business 5 years and served over 60 000 satisfied customers!

    We are not here to serve the "industry standard", which means we have no quotas to meet & no trends to follow.

    We believe YOUR music should sound like YOU.

    Less we process the sounds, the more it lets YOU process them.

    Our footprint to the environment is minimal. But we hope that to your music, it'll be maximal!

    Not Satisfied? No questions asked Refund Policy for 180 days!


Will Ugritone 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

Are MIDI Notes Samples?

MIDI = Musical Instrument Digital Interface.For a Songwriter, MIDI is the DNA of DAW controlled music. In short, it's information signal that tells Virtual Instruments what notes to play, when to play them, how hard or how soft to play them, how long to hold the notes and much much more.

While MIDI itself contains no audible signal, it basically tells Ugritone Drums (or other drum instruments) what to play and how to play them.