When doing contemporary stuff, I've gotten by with the synth instruments and loops that come with Logic. My problems are:
- The collection is huge; it's hard to browse for any one particular type of sound.
- I find the quality to be middling.
What I'd like is a relatively small, well-organized "go to" collection of contemporary electronic drum kits, grooves, and synth pads/basses/sequenced sounds. I'd prefer a high quality small collection to Logic's giant sprawl. I don't want to have to search through dozens of third-party sets. I also don't need extremely exotic or complex timbres - just a good toolkit for doing basic commercial stuff or occasionally supplementing the orchestra with contemporary timbres.
So far Kore's sound libraries look promising, and I love the browser. Stylus looks good as well for the groove-related stuff. Does anyone have any opinions on these two, or any other products?