#2
Quote by zomgguitarz1234
Like computer programs that simulate drumming?


Yes, I like them. Why do you ask?
#6
EZdrummer and Superior Drummer will be the most common ones, though both of those are fairly expensive, as well as Addictive Drums. There's something for free that I found called Drumtrack, also, still trying to figure out how to work it though.
#7
I like EZDrummer. It does what the name says: it's a very easy to use drum program with fairly good samples. Downside is that you're limited to whatever each separate kit offers you; mixing samples from two different kits is a bit of a hassle. I'm looking to try out Superior Drummer, see what that's like.

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#9
I would love to find some good free shit as well. I'm not a drummer but I do a lot of drum programming for my recordings, and I need some good samples and a program that offers better panning flexibility than XPand2.
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#10
I've got Superior Drummer, killer software if you've got the cash, I've heard Steve Slate's stuff is great as well, but haven't tried that
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You can buy whatever guitar you want, you don't have to be at a certain skill level to buy one. This is real life, not some guitar-playing RPG where you have to unlock new guitars.