#1
To a better sound drum machine.
What program do I need?

I use Audacity if that help any.
And a standard microphone for guitar tracking.
[yes i'm cheap]


Any ways, I wanna take this drum track and make it better then import into Audacity and record over it. Possible?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=15294358#post15294358
-Gear-
Mesa Triple Rectifier---Bogner/Line6 SpiderValve---Orange PPC 4x12

-Pedalboard/Rackmount-
Alesis MidiVerb4--BBE SonicMaximizer 442--Ibanez TS9
Boss DD-3--Morley Mark Tremonti Wah

-Guitars-
Ibanez ART-100
Ibanez S-470
#3
tell me what I need,
-Gear-
Mesa Triple Rectifier---Bogner/Line6 SpiderValve---Orange PPC 4x12

-Pedalboard/Rackmount-
Alesis MidiVerb4--BBE SonicMaximizer 442--Ibanez TS9
Boss DD-3--Morley Mark Tremonti Wah

-Guitars-
Ibanez ART-100
Ibanez S-470
#5
I've been reading this, and that's exactly what i planned to do, or record the drums from GP5. But they sound crap doing that.

I was wondering what the best downloadable drum machine is?
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#6
Quote by RockinRoses
I've been reading this, and that's exactly what i planned to do, or record the drums from GP5. But they sound crap doing that.

I was wondering what the best downloadable drum machine is?



Check out EZDrummer-Drum Kit From Hell or Addictive drums. They're not cheap but worth it if you want a decent sound.