Superior Drummer 2.0 Only $149

Brandon Drury —  April 8, 2010

As you guys probably know, I’m a HUGE fan of Superior Drummer 2.0. I’ve talked about it many, many times. It’s one of two products that I have absolutely no problem fully endorsing as being mega awesome without any reservations.

If you are in need of realistic drum samples (or want an amazing platform for your electronic sounds such in Electronic EZX which we used in the upcoming Toontrack Mixing Wars: Techno contest) I think Superior Drummer 2.0 is THE way to go.

The only thing is, I always thought it was a $300-400 sample set. It appears now that you can snag it for a measly $149! That’s crazy!

Superior Drummer For $149

On top of that, a crossgrade from competitors gets you into Superior Drummer 2.0 for only $99!

Check out the crossgrade.


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Brandon Drury quit counting at 1,200 recorded songs in his busy home recording studio. He is the creator of and is the author of the Killer Home Recording series.

5 responses to Superior Drummer 2.0 Only $149

  1. The links are broke for the crossgrade and when I delete the first info to the 2nd HTTP, it takes me to musicians friend and it shows a crossgrade for EZdrummer only. No competitors “acceptable list” is listed. I tried with Firefox and IE-8

  2. Interesting. The links work for me. Maybe the server was goofed temporarily.

    As for the crossgrade requirements, I can’t see anything either. Maybe they don’t want to advertise the competition. The only problem is I don’t know how they would catch anyone for lying about it. Hmmm.


  3. Steve Lemonakis May 16, 2010 at 6:41 pm


    I just put together a home project studio: Mac Pro tower,
    Digidesign 003 Factory, JBL (LSR2328P) Monitors, with Protools LE8.
    I’m very happy with the results I’m getting, except for the drum sounds. The drum mics that I’m using are pretty good: Audix D6 on kick, Audix i5 on snare, and SM57s on all toms.
    Being a drummer by profession, I’d rather “play” the drum tracks than use programmed drums. Is there software that I can use to replace my “hits” with different drum sounds after I’ve recorded? I hear “Drum-a-gog” is pretty good, but it’s expensive. As you can see, I’ve already spent a lot of money.

  4. Sample layering is immensely powerful and highly recommended if you don’t like your snare sound. Drumagog is very good. I’m using Cubase, which uses VST plugins, and use the the free KTDrumTrigger. I’m positive there are other RTAS options out there. You may want to ask on the Pro Tools forum found here:


  5. I noticed this at all the big on-line retailers $149 clams.

    That is a smokin price for this calibre of software. So to start the rumor mill, price chops like this usually mean a new version or serious upgrade may be around the corner. Anyone have any dirt?