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Toontrack The Rooms of Hansa SDX

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Unique fabrics of sound, tailored for ambient soundscapes, soundtracks and creative sound design.



A massive collection of drums captured in the four different rooms of the Hansa Tonstudio.

The Rooms of Hansa SDX features drums produced by Grammy Award-winning recording/mixing engineer Michael Ilbert in one of the most iconic studios currently in existence: the Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany. With a broad and handpicked collection of drums captured in all four available rooms on the studio premises, this SDX showcases an incredible width in regard to both tonal range and ambience.

Welcome to a unique collection of drums, all touched by the inimitable soul of a studio whose legacy is forever etched in music history.



Six (6) complete kits in addition to many optional configurations
In total, 12 snares and 7 kicks as well as a broad collection of hi-hats and cymbals
Produced by Grammy Award-winning recording/mixing engineer Michael Ilbert (Adele, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Pink, Muse, Ed Sheeran)
Recorded at the legendary Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany
Features four individual room configurations including the iconic “Meistersaal”
“Meistersaal” setup recorded in 5.1 surround with two additional height/ambience microphone pairs
Also includes an extra stereo ambience captured in the famous Hansa staircase (available for select kits)
Comes with a collection of drum MIDI grooves


Since its inception in 1913, the magnificent building on Köthener Straße No. 38 that houses Hansa Tonstudios and the iconic Meistersaal – just a stone’s throw away from Potsdamer Platz in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district – has served as a ballroom, a concert hall, a theatre and a place for the arts. However, what forever ingrained the spirit of this place in the fabric of our culture was neither of those things – it was the music immortalized between its four walls decades later. The Meistersaal was first converted to a studio in 1961, the same year as the Berlin Wall was erected just shy of 150 meters from the building. But in wasn’t until the mid-’70s, when the Meisel brothers Tomas and Peter bought the building and restored it to fully meet the standards of a recording studio, that its true golden years under the Hansa Tonstudios monicker began. Since then, countless classic albums have been recorded and mixed inside the building – many of which literally changed the course of music history.