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post Oct 31 2008, 04:26 PM
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http://www.superdrumfx.com/index.php?language=2

But doesn't come with a midi library. So you need midi drum files. Anyway the engine sounds really great for freeware. I use it besides EZdrummer and the thing that came with Sonar7 producer because you can make awesome samples yourself. The algorythm used here allows great sound with only up to 3 sample layers. So it's easy to handle for non pro sample producers. I started to sample the percussions of a friend of mine. Lot of fun

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post Oct 31 2008, 04:39 PM
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Thanks for sharing man!

Sorry for my ignorance , but how does this works, I have to use it with ezdrummer for example?


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post Oct 31 2008, 04:50 PM
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no you use it directly as VST in your DAW as you would use EZplayer. But you have to setup a midi track where you put a midi drum loop in. Then you have the output of this midi track set in a way that it triggers the audio track where superdrum is inserted.

It's not comfortable. There is no way you can browse midi files and chose a certain loop. I just use it because I can make my own sample library. Means record actual drums and then layer for example 3 recordings from a snare shot to one sample that I assign to the snare in the program. Just a nice toy


Here is a short sound demo I made. I didn't play around with the fx section of the programm. This is just straight out of the box



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post Oct 31 2008, 10:14 PM
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BTW the program is made for real e-drums. You have tons of possibilities concerning attack, decay and whatever dynamic parameters you need for real drumming. I used my cheap simmons drum kit with it and the playing feeling is just incredible. You can do everything from rim shots to brush. just great.


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post Oct 31 2008, 10:44 PM
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Very nice software, thanks for sharing, might come in handy for some fast pilot stuff.


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