This drum plugin is basically unusable. At least it's free. Its samples are "okay", but the plugin offers nothing in terms of multi-sampling. But worst of all, even though the plugin does create a whole barrage of outputs, you can't actually map the drum sounds to the different outputs for mixing. You're stuck with them all coming out of the first output, and then an annoying bunch of silent ones; additionally, the drums can't be remapped, so you're stuck playing them on the completely non-standard keys that the creators have dictated. Try another plugin, no matter which one you're almost guaranteed to get something better than this.
This is an extremely limited drum rompler. It includes 20 drumkits with 16 sounds (consisting of a single sample for each sound), although more kits can be purchased from StudioLinked. You cannot load your own sounds, nor can you mix and match the sounds from different kits. In a baffling design decision, there is a single volume ADSR envelope shared by all the pads. The knobs default to the 12 o'clock position, meaning that unless you change something the transients of all the hits will be attenuated by the envelope's attack. Even worse, the knobs reset to this position each time a new kit is loaded. The samples themselves seem mainly targeted towards hiphop, although there are a few kits like the "pop" and "acoustic" kits that are ostensibly intended for other genres. There were a few samples that I liked enough to rip to audio, but for the most part they're just okay. In conclusion, this plugin probably isn't worth your time. You'd be better off loading samples from the many top-notch free drum machine sample packs (check out the Goldbaby and Wave Alchemy tasters!) into Nasty Looper or a similar plugin.