Windows / Mac OSX

Klevgrand Slammer v1.0 CE / v1.0.2 [WiN, MacOSX]

Klevgrand Slammer
WiN: Team V.R | 15 April 2021 | 100 MB
MAC: MORiA | 02 July 2021 | 115.50 MB
Slammer is a multi-sampled drum plug-in that contains 30 different instruments made from a large number of carefully recorded and edited samples. Integrated custom-built real-time effects combined with some clever routing makes Slammer a versatile and flexible virtual instrument that is capable of rendering anything from natural acoustic to heavily distorted and compressed drum sounds.

Each sound can be customized with a wide array of settings like pitch, filtering, effect sends, decay time, velocity mapping and much more.

There’s also a “Dirt” section for distortion and compression, a reverb and tone control. The amount of “dirt” and reverb can be tweaked individually for each instrument. On top of all, Slammer comes with a set of factory presets, covering anything from light and slick to heavy and gritty.

If you're looking for a drum instrument, giving you 'instant gratification' from the first hit, this is it.


  • 30 multi-sampled instruments using more than 2000 samples
  • 12 slots / instrument players with individual tweaking possibilities
  • Compression and Distortion section (dirt) with 8 different dist algorithms
  • Reverb with several presets
  • Plenty of factory presets
  • Global tone control

Slammer v1.0.2 (changelog)
Right- or shift clicking a slot triggers the sound.
Clicking the instrument image in edit mode triggers the sound.

Now steals oldest note when max polyphony is reached.

REQ: [iNTEL] + [M1]
Mac OS 10.11 or higher

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  • rad4u2
    22 May 2021 18:40
    • I keep getting this strange error message when trying to install
      CreateFile Failed; Code 3.
      the system cannot find the path specified

      Although the VST folder exists and the installer has permissions to write into it!
      how can I fix this?


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