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DRUMS/GROOVES SOFTWARE
View Poll Results: THE MOST USEFUL DRUM SOFTWARE
BFD
17 Votes - 32.08%
DKFH
8 Votes - 15.09%
DRUMCORE
1 Votes - 1.89%
BATTERY
4 Votes - 7.55%
GURU
2 Votes - 3.77%
EZDRUMMER
6 Votes - 11.32%
RMX
7 Votes - 13.21%
LATIGO
0 Votes - 0%
DONT BOTHER WITH THIS CRAP USE REAL DRUMS
4 Votes - 7.55%
OTHER
4 Votes - 7.55%
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Old 10th June 2006
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DRUMS/GROOVES SOFTWARE

Which is the most useful for this day and age.
Old 13th June 2006
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Old 13th June 2006
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! !

you've missed off 'Phatmatik Pro' AU.

that's the only one that'd get my vote.

bb
Old 14th June 2006
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Aside from Latigo and Guru, I own everything on that list and then some (like Groove Agent and Jamstix).

I say Drumcore!
Old 14th June 2006
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BFD

I used to use Reason Drum Kits 1, but when I got BFD I haven't touched RDK1
Old 15th June 2006
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I actually use REDRUM in Reason 3.0, usually with the Clearmountain samples. Kinda primitive but easy to get going.
Old 18th July 2006
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I wish Jamstix could be ported to OSX... :-(


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Old 18th July 2006
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I use EZdrummer, fits my needs: it's really easy to use (what's in a name?), and sounds as good as it's bigger brother DKFH. The extra tweakability in those bigger drumlibraries like BFD and DKFH are beyond my needs anyway. If I need that much control, I'd rather record a real drumkit myself.
Old 18th July 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DrDeltaM
I use EZdrummer, fits my needs: it's really easy to use (what's in a name?), and sounds as good as it's bigger brother DKFH. The extra tweakability in those bigger drumlibraries like BFD and DKFH are beyond my needs anyway. If I need that much control, I'd rather record a real drumkit myself.

Is EZdrummer RTAS compatible ... IOW, can I use it in PT LE??

Thanks

J.D.
Old 18th July 2006
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EZ

RTAS is in beta, I think.

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Old 18th July 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jdjustice
Is EZdrummer RTAS compatible ... IOW, can I use it in PT LE??

Thanks

J.D.
Yes, they just released the RTAS beta
Old 20th July 2006
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EZ drummer is like having a drumkit in my homestudio...

It sounds good and is easy to use... and I don't really need much more at this time.

I could expand the soundlibrary, but I use it as a sketchpad, usually when jamming with a band in a rehearsal room, you'd have one kit anyway...
Old 20th July 2006
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i love RMX..i love Battery too..depends on the track
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