#1
I need a realistic sounding drum machine, any suggestions? Money isn't an object to me right now. I want to get great sounding drums without being an awesome drummer. I metal so, I want that punchy bass and cracking snare and the fact that everything sounds triggered if fine with me I just want it to sound more than bearable.
#2
Quote by MiKill93
I need a realistic sounding drum machine, any suggestions? Money isn't an object to me right now. I want to get great sounding drums without being an awesome drummer. I metal so, I want that punchy bass and cracking snare and the fact that everything sounds triggered if fine with me I just want it to sound more than bearable.

hey whats up bro. heres a link to a thread i wrote an ass load about drum machines.https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1178603
and heres another link.https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1176871

if money really doesnt matter id say get superior drummer 2.0, the metal foundry expansion, and if you dont like programming drums by moving bars in the midi editor get either guitar pro 5 or korg nanopad. besides superior drummer 2.0 and the metal foundry id suggest also getting steven slate drums, the le would be fine, but if your feeling expensive get the platinum. theres also another superior drummer expansion with 2 more drum kits i believe in 2 studios that no longer exist. if you get everything ive listed here itd come to around 990$. but if you dont need all that extra crap just get superior and the metal foundry expansion. total around 450$. if these budgets are way higher than waht youre thinking ill get you another setup. but please check out those two forums, i wrote a lot in both so you might find some info there.
#3
Thanks for the advice. Sorry if posting 2 threads of the same thing annoyed you. I kinda needed a quick answer.