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Kristofer Dahl
post Jul 23 2007, 12:29 AM
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I am also a great fan of EZ drummer - from what I have heard it seems to beat "Drum Kit From Hell".

Ez drummer is so "ez" and flexible. smile.gif


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post Jul 23 2007, 01:43 AM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jul 23 2007, 12:14 AM) *
I haven't used those softwares. Are it's samples/Drum sound good? I use Reason's Rythm Machine to build loops and as a sampler. I have lots of drum wav and aif samples, and I build my drum kits with that software. I use Nuendo and Reason working togheter as a Music Production tool and I feel very comfortable with it. It's very complete.

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I used to use same progs for recording. Now i stick to Cubase SX3. Considering samples - depends on what i need. If i need orchestra instruments than i use "Miroslav Philharmonik" - very easy to use and amazing sample quality. I still use Reason if i need bass guitar. For drums i use XLN Addictive Drums.


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post Nov 26 2007, 10:43 PM
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Try Hammerhead, its a free drum machine...very simple...not real flexable but it works in a pinch.
I've also used Frootyloops and highly recommend it....very good stuff.


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post Nov 27 2007, 06:12 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jul 22 2007, 03:29 PM) *
I am also a great fan of EZ drummer - from what I have heard it seems to beat "Drum Kit From Hell".

Ez drummer is so "ez" and flexible. smile.gif


I think you've misunderstood tongue.gif , Drumkit from hell is part of EzDrummer, DFH is the expansion pack. smile.gif - although admittedly the default drum sounds on EzDrummer sound better than the equivalent kit in the DFH expansion which at times can sound a bit thin.

I use EzDrummer with DFH and whilst its cool and all It doesnt compare to a real drummer, its fiddly to find the right tempos and time signatures with drumbeats that fit for song pattern etc.

When you use it coupled with Ozone however it sounds awesome! (It also kills my pc laugh.gif ) ohmy.gif

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post Nov 27 2007, 06:18 PM
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QUOTE (Owen @ Nov 27 2007, 06:12 PM) *
When you use it coupled with Ozone however it sounds awesome! (It also kills my pc laugh.gif ) ohmy.gif


That's the scary bit - when you end up needing a new pc just to run the software sad.gif .


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post Nov 27 2007, 06:44 PM
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QUOTE (Owen @ Nov 27 2007, 12:12 PM) *
I think you've misunderstood tongue.gif , Drumkit from hell is part of EzDrummer, DFH is the expansion pack. smile.gif - although admittedly the default drum sounds on EzDrummer sound better than the equivalent kit in the DFH expansion which at times can sound a bit thin.

I use EzDrummer with DFH and whilst its cool and all It doesnt compare to a real drummer, its fiddly to find the right tempos and time signatures with drumbeats that fit for song pattern etc.

When you use it coupled with Ozone however it sounds awesome! (It also kills my pc laugh.gif ) ohmy.gif


Actually, I think YOU misunderstood wink.gif

DFH was a standalone product before EZD came out. They then rereleased is as an addon pack for EZD ...


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post Nov 27 2007, 07:42 PM
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EZDrummer is an interesting piece of software. I`ve always used it succesfully, it eats a lot of RAM, but you can make very (and i mean very) decent quality drums for songs. BUT you have to do a lot of bleeding tracks, velocity programming and producing to get that decency.

Oh, and it is great for fast pilot songs too, just drag&drop the grooves on the track. I really like that option. smile.gif

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post Nov 27 2007, 09:27 PM
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Drumkit From Hell is also there as a stand alone drumming software which uses KONTAKT player. It's rally confusing because EZD named their expansion pack the same.


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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Nov 27 2007, 09:44 AM) *
Actually, I think YOU misunderstood wink.gif

DFH was a standalone product before EZD came out. They then rereleased is as an addon pack for EZD ...



Ahh, excuse my ignorance laugh.gif

I promise never to doubt the esteemed wisdom of master Kris or his Jem loving cohorts again! wink.gif cool.gif


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Hey whats happening here....????

I think i misunderstood sad.gif

cool.gif biggrin.gif wink.gif

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post Nov 27 2007, 09:49 PM
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I misunderstood what Kris had understood, resulting in Andrew correcting my misunderstanding so that I understood why I misunderstood the scenario in the first place.

This illogical logic blew a hole in the space time continuum and what your experiencing now is a continued misunderstanding of what occured in the first place.












Or maybe I'm just being wide laugh.gif

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post Nov 27 2007, 10:23 PM
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QUOTE (Owen @ Nov 27 2007, 03:49 PM) *
I misunderstood what Kris had understood, resulting in Andrew correcting my misunderstanding so that I understood why I misunderstood the scenario in the first place.

This illogical logic blew a hole in the space time continuum and what your experiencing now is a continued misunderstanding of what occured in the first place.



Exactly - good summary Owen blink.gif


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QUOTE (Owen @ Nov 27 2007, 09:49 PM) *
space time continuum


You saw the "Back To The Future" movie wink.gif


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any program like cake walk pro9 ,cubase. or any midi program you can built your drum track .but you must have a good knowlledge how to inter the midi data .so after that you have to convert the midi to wav and use some effects like EQ.reverb . you will have a good track .also there is a midi program its name filldrums .you have thousands of fills you can add it to your drum track . have a nice day


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post Dec 7 2007, 08:58 PM
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Hey hey guys!!!

I purchased the Battery 3 program in a package with the M-Audio Trigger Finger at Guitar Center awhile back and unfortunately haven't had much experience with it. I can say that with a fast enough computer that can handle the program the sound quality is fantastic. The Trigger Finger has pressure sensitive pads so it sounds very authentic. Battery 3 has plenty of different drum kits to work with and if I remember it even came with the previous versions drum kits also (a total of 11 gigs of drum kits and loops). It gives you total customization of drum kits. The Trigger Finger also works as a Midi controller in my recording software (Ableton Live 5) so you can use the knobs and sliders to adjust track settings in the Live window. Not only that but Ableton Live came with it's own drum kits and the Trigger Finger works with these kits even with Battery closed.

I guess this kind of turned into a review but I just wanted to throw out my 2 cents in regards to drum loops and kits. Hope this helps!!


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I use Ez Drummer, Groove Agent and Addictive Drums , they work great for me!


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+1 with buckjones - Battery is great when you have a midi pad controller smile.gif .


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I have Battery - definitely need some kind of controller though ...


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Yes - Battery does need a controller. Fortunately you can pick up a controller for relatively cheap.

After purchasing the package with Trigger Finger I started to notice how popular it was with musicians of all kinds. Watching live footage of bands and hip hop artists you'll catch a Trigger Finger on the stage biggrin.gif Thought it was pretty funny.


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I use Ezdrummer with drumkit from hell expansion, and it works great for me, haven't yet needed anything else! smile.gif


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