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Addictive Drums 2 Vs. MODO Drums
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Addictive Drums 2 Vs. MODO Drums

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How does AD2 and MODO Drums compare in terms of overall sound, features, and ease of use for building drum parts? It seems like Modo wins for content, but it costs more and comes loaded, so it should..

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I have MODO Drum since release and I love it.

The cymbals and snares do not always sound as good as in Superior Drummer.

But over all MODO Drum is the only drum plugin you can create a drum track with that really sounds like it's been played for your track.

So many ways to tune the sounds without making them sound artificially.

And it comes with great MIDI patterns.
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Originally Posted by torpor View Post
I have MODO Drum since release and I love it.

The cymbals and snares do not always sound as good as in Superior Drummer.

But over all MODO Drum is the only drum plugin you can create a drum track with that really sounds like it's been played for your track.

So many ways to tune the sounds without making them sound artificially.

And it comes with great MIDI patterns.
Is it easy to use?
How is navigating the midi library and finding the kinds of patterns you are interested in?
Seems like EZD2 is very efficient at that.
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