#1
Is it possible to have these both installed on my computer or are they not compatible with each other? I wanna have both of these programs so I can switch between several types of drum sets.
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#2
it's absolutely possible
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#3
You can have both, but you'll need two separate MIDI tracks triggering each plug in.
#4
Absolutely, if you're good with MIDI and routing you could even mix and match (eg Addictive for snare and toms,EZ drummer for cymbals.


However, I cannot think of ANY reason why you'd use EZdrummer instead of Addictive, for anything. AD is in a whole different league.
#5
ah yes, perhaps I wasn't clear. You can use them but not simultaneously on the same track, as to mix kit pieces. I.e. kick from AD, snare from EZD, etc.

You're stuck with one or the other in that regard
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