Video: DEVIN TOWNSEND Talks About Metal Guitar Gods EZmix Pack

A video clip of Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer Devin Townsend talking about his involvment in the Metal Guitar Gods EZmix Pack for Toonrack's widely popular multi-effect mixing tool EZmix 2 as well as how he uses other Toontrack products, like EZdrummer and Superior Drummer, can be seen below.

About Metal Guitar Gods: This expansion for EZmix 2 comes with custom-designed amp and cab simulation presets from four of the most iconic and trendsetting guitarists in metal: Fredrik Thordendal (MESHUGGAH), Mattias IA Eklundh (FREAK KITCHEN), Misha "Bulb" Mansoor (PERIPHERY) and Devin Townsend.

About EZmix 2: EZmix 2 is the core product, required for any EZmix Pack to operate. The EZmix 2 factory content includes amp/cab simulation for guitar and bass as well as a wide array of pro-designed signal chain settings for a multitude of mixing needs. Make full mixes and masters with only one tool!


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