#1
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I wanna record some stuff just to see what I can do, but I don't have access to record drums where I am right now, and was wondering what the best virtual drum program is.

Thanks in advance.
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Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0. Google it.

Thanks, looks alright. Is it simple enough to use?
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Thanks, looks alright. Is it simple enough to use?

The program itself is very easy to use since it's a plug-in for a DAW of your preference (Cubase, protools etc). The tricky part is to program the midi that controls the drums, but if you do it as I do (program the drums in guitarpro, exports the midi file to cubase and run superior drummer) then it's really easy.
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Quote by BillieJoeFreak:
Thanks, looks alright. Is it simple enough to use?


It's proper professional recording equipment, it's not going to be simple to use.

And it costs about £200 aswell, but if you want to use it you'll have to spend even more on software to run it through.
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i use acoustica beatcraft for the recordings on my profile.

alternatives = ezdrummer? i think? and fruity loops. those are the best ones i can think of right now
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I use NI Battery for drums, you'll need a DAW to host it though, and a MIDI controller.
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whats a good drum program thats easy to use and lets you convert your save files to mp3?


Guitar Pro?
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how do you convert to mp3?


File > Export as > MP3

Then play the file. You must have a decent sound card and mic.
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File > Export as > MP3

Then play the file. You must have a decent sound card and mic.

mine doesnt have the "mp3" choice, it only has MIDI, ASCII,MusicXML, WAVE,BMP,PDF

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save as wave then convert to mp3 in itunes or something
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mine doesnt have the "mp3" choice, it only has MIDI, ASCII,MusicXML, WAVE,BMP,PDF

Export as wave and convert it later to mp3 with another program.