#1
I am currently using the VST software Ezdrummer for my drum tracks for recording, and I'm wondering if they are compressed and equed perfectly. If not, how should I compress them and eq them to make them sound the best possible? Any suggestions or tips would be helpful.
#2
well its kind of up to you. if you dont like the sound, eq it more. i would guess it probably doesnt need much more compression, if any, but again leave it up to your ears.
good luck
#3
I use EZDrummer without equing and compressing...check out my recordings. I think it's overall pretty solid.
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#4
Quote by Kount Kris
I am currently using the VST software Ezdrummer for my drum tracks for recording, and I'm wondering if they are compressed and equed perfectly.


"Perfect" when it comes to compression and EQ depends on the situation/material/tools available/personal taste. So as chea-Man said, it's up to you to decide what you think is "perfect".
#5
well what i do is solo out each track one at a time and export them as wav files, then import them into pro tools.

that way you can eq just the snare or put compression on one of the toms or whatever you want.

just like working with real drum tracks
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