#1
at the moment i cant record acoustic drums so i am having to settle for software drums,i really have no price range just good authentic sounding drums.
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#2
jus get a mike n make percussive noises makeshift style like hitting a guitar, making a certain dud note on a string, tapping glasses or cans in a fashion or such. thats what joe satriani did.
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#3
lol,thats pretty cool,but i'd like to get drumset sounds,i have a ctually played my acoustic like a conga though.
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#6
reason with the drum refill of BFD. but the sound is only half. programming the drums well if a completly different story. if you want them sounding natural you need to spend a lot of time programming the dynamics.
#9
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I second that, it's just so easy to setup a simple drum pattern with FL.... even complex ones aren't that bad (if you can call what I play with 'complex' LOL)
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#10
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I second that, it's just so easy to setup a simple drum pattern with FL.... even complex ones aren't that bad (if you can call what I play with 'complex' LOL)


Fruity Loops isn't free.
#12
I use Cuabse SX midi drums. Or splice beats together using Audacity and free Pitchshifter samples.
#13
fruity loops, but if you really want realistic drums, go for "drumkit from hell" its not a program, just samples. so you have to use somekind of program like sonar4, cubase, etc.
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#14
fruity loops is for you. download it from limewire so you can get i for free
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#15
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Fruity Loops isn't free.


no, not free but not $500 either. It's a good things for someone like me who just wants something that can get the job done but without breaking the bank, you know.
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#16
Go with the Drumkit From Hell. The first one is a little hard to get a decent sound out of unless you know what you're doing, but the DFH Superior is really great... provided you have 80 some GB of harddrive space...
#17
I write it out on Guitar Pro and have that recorded as a backing track.
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#18
need to resurrect this i have fruity i have beat craft and dfh when i load dfh in fruity and export m drums as a wave the beats are wrong and offtime,any help?
#19
BFD is about as realistic sounding as you can get, assuming you mix everything right.
#20
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at the moment i cant record acoustic drums so i am having to settle for software drums,i really have no price range just good authentic sounding drums.


no acoustic drums...
how about e-drums?

Roland V-Drums are some great sounding and playing kits.
#21
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no acoustic drums...
how about e-drums?

Roland V-Drums are some great sounding and playing kits.



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#22
can you explain what you need to make either bfd or dfh work properly i got sonar no clue how to use it yet am going to read manual
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Or you could not be a ****ing douchebag and pay for it .
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#26
BFD!!!

that'll sound wayy better than your average drum recording...

if you know what you're doing and have a good knowledge of drum programming... Its not a software for noobs...

DFH is more suitable for people who don't know much bout drum programming...