#1
anyone know any good drum modules/plugins like ezdrummer and bfd worth looking into? i need acoustic drums for my demo songs, etc... possibly rtas plugins too, also are there any education discounts for it?
cheers and any help would be much appreciated
thanx
Gear: MBOX 2 w/ Pro Tools LE 8, Yamaha PSR-275 Keyboard, Apple iMac, Rode M1 Dynamic Mic, Legacy Axis 6 Studio Condenser Mic, Peavey Studio Pro 112, JTS NX-2 Kick Drum Mic, Ibanez SAS36FM, Greg Bennett Fairlane Bass, Squier Bullet Strat.
#2
I use the Drumkit from hell plugin for EZdrummer for pretty much all of my sequenced work, it's a pretty versatile kit which has far too many sounds for it's own good
#3
does anyone know if battery's any good? i tried the demo and it didnt really live up to what i thought it'd be like but i could have done something wrong with the midi... i just exported a guitar pro tab drums to midi and sampled it with battery, could that be why i got a fake sound?
where would i get realistic midi drums to use with battery from if i did buy it?
Gear: MBOX 2 w/ Pro Tools LE 8, Yamaha PSR-275 Keyboard, Apple iMac, Rode M1 Dynamic Mic, Legacy Axis 6 Studio Condenser Mic, Peavey Studio Pro 112, JTS NX-2 Kick Drum Mic, Ibanez SAS36FM, Greg Bennett Fairlane Bass, Squier Bullet Strat.
#4
For realistic drums your really have to buy something that's made to recreate acoustic drums. I've yet to see/hear anything that can mimic the sample depth of BFD, EZDrummer or Addictive Drums that's being offered for free. Personally I think that Battery is geared more towards electronic/industrial-type drums but I'm sure there are decent acoustic kits for it. That said, if you haven't programmed the variety, both in regards to timing/tempo and dynamics, you won't get a realistic sound no matter how good your software.