Simon Phillips Studio Drums

Simon Phillips’ established recording techniques and his one-of-a-kind playing style emerge in the studio drum kit that comes with over 27 kit pieces, including two kick drums, six snares, eight toms and four octobans, over 6 GB of samples and 14 groove Styles — played and recorded one-by-one by the legend himself.

6 GB Drums for Groove Agent

14 one-of-a-kind MIDI Styles

Exclusive drum solo MIDI grooves by Simon Phillips

24-bit recordings, 16 velocities, 5 round robins

In detail

Simon Phillips has developed his very own concept of playing, recording and mixing drums in over 40 years as a professional. This not only provided him with the expected experience as a drummer but also turned him into an expert studio engineer while learning and adapting many of his recording techniques from the hundreds of industry legend engineers and musicians with whom he shared the studio. Combining the technical savvy that he gained over the years with his passion and incomparable understanding of drums has earned Simon Phillips and his studio both recognition and an international reputation.

About Simon Phillips

Simon Phillips is by far one of the world’s most renowned and respected drummers, whose style not only reflects his technical gift but also his distinct musical sensibility. Whether it is rock, fusion or jazz, Simon applies the same precision and intensity to his drumming, which is never lacking in emotion and feel. Mostly known for being a member of Toto and his solo project Protocol, he has toured and recorded to date with many bands and artists, including Mick Jagger, The Who, Jeff Beck, Jack Bruce, Peter Gabriel, Joe Satriani, Tears for Fears, Judas Priest, Roxy Music, Michael Schenker, Nik Kershaw, Phd., Al DiMeola, 801, Pete Townshend, Russ Ballard, Robert Palmer, Stanley Clarke, The Pretenders, Jon Anderson, Whitesnake and Dave Gilmour... to name a few.

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