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FAQ

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
NOT SUPPORTED

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
GarageBand
Mixcraft
Harrison Mixbus

Not-supported DAWs:

Cakewalk BandLab

I want to try updated libraries on an old track where I used KVLT2 and/or KVLT2 expansions?

- Duplicate or move the existing MIDI onto a new track
- Delete the KVLT 2 instrument track with all existing outputs and save the project
- Restart DAW and re-load the project*
- Load Ugritone Drums and place the original MIDI on the U.D instrument track

  • BASIC SETUP

    1) Download & Install Ugritone Drums.

    2) Download & install sample data. (E.g Arena Rock/KVLT 2 etc)

    3) Launch DAW & Ugritone Drums and the new samples should appear in the dropdown menus/preset menu

  • MANUAL SETUP

    1) Download & Install Ugritone Drums.

    2) Download the "no installer" version of the Drum Sample data (e.g Arena Rock, KVLT2 etc)
    3) Unzip the contents of Drum Sample data into a desired folder
    (e.g C:/Drum Samples)

    4) Launch DAW & Ugritone Drums
    5) Go to Settings bar in Ugritone Drums and select the Sample Folder location or select Auto-Locate
    6) Restart DAW & Ugritone Drums
    and the new samples should appear in the dropdown menus/preset menu

  • COMMON ERRORS

    By default the plugin will install to:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST2
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST
    C:\\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins (AAX)

    Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components (AU)
    Library/Audio/Plug-ins/VST
    Library/Audio/Plug-ins/VST3
    Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins (AAX)

    By default the sample data will install to:

    C:\ProgramData\Ugritone\KVLT Drums II Data (WIN)
    /Users/user name/Documents/Ugritone (MAC)

    FYI: If you chose a different folder for the Sample Data?Go to Ugritone Drums Settings and manually enter the custom path to the User Data Path.(E.g if Sample data was installer to C:/VST Plugins, set the Sample Folder Path to C:/VST Plugins via Ugritone Drums Settings)-

    I keep getting duplicate errors about presets,
    one-shots or samples??-
    #1 Most likely if there's an old KVLT2 folder located anywhere else containing either samples, oneshots or preset files - this will trigger*the Hox! error. Your best bet would be to remove the old data and make this your primary folder with Ugritone Drums.-

    #2 Remove the KVLT Drums II Original folder inside the C:/Program Data/Ugritone/KVLT Drums II DataShould you wish to use the other folder instead, to avoid this we strongly recommend using the "No Installer" file when downloadingupdates/new products as you can then manually move them to the desired folder.

  • STEP BY STEP GUIDE:

    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: https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/connecting-electronic-drums-to-your-computer/

    Another detailed walkthrough video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyvTO-PcJpY