#2
yeah its alright but it doesnt replace dfh. vintage rock is good. to be honest you can download them on isotorrent! 'superior drummer' looks amazing, im definately getting that
#3
yeah, i know i can download them but for these types of software i like buying them. i saw superior drummer but i didn't get a good look into it though

is claustrophobic just samples? that's what it seems like when reading the product info on musiciansfriend
Last edited by vjferrara at Jun 17, 2008,
#4
Quote by vjferrara
yeah, i know i can download them but for these types of software i like buying them. i saw superior drummer but i didn't get a good look into it though

is claustrophobic just samples? that's what it seems like when reading the product info on musiciansfriend


claustrophobic is a vst. superior drummer is what you called drums from hell 2 BTW

http://youtube.com/watch?v=roLX4ZW2Ldk
#7
then what did i see at gc in nasvhille? it was a blue box with dfh2 on the front of it for $80...

EDIT: im fairly certain that what i saw was the program itself BUT i am not going to deny the possibility that it could've been an add for it coming soon. the reason i think that it wasn't that is because i had the box in my hands and at the register
Last edited by vjferrara at Jun 17, 2008,
#8
Claustrophobic is probably the most versatile of the EZDrummer kits with the most options per drum, most available different drums, etc.
#9
Quote by MrPillow
Claustrophobic is probably the most versatile of the EZDrummer kits with the most options per drum, most available different drums, etc.



it seemed like it but i didn't actually get to hear any of the sounds. are they pretty realistic?
#10
They're just as good as all the other EZDrummer kits. Not 100% realistic, but easily workable in most mixes.