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Parco



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Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended?
      #971979 - 24/02/12 09:52 AM
I have an Izotop Idrums and it's good that it can let me sort them "track by track".
But sadly it have no more functions for each drum "track", e.g. EQ, velocity, sound length, highpass/lowpass, etc.....
Are there any good drum-machine sampler VST can be multi-function like the drum machine in propellerhead reason?

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #973929 - 04/03/12 11:47 AM
Oh. No one know here?

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #973939 - 04/03/12 12:34 PM
I think there is a software version of an Akai MPC kicking about on the internet, but when yu mention Reason, are you referring to the Kong drum module, Dr Octorex or Redrum?


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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: OneWorld]
      #974051 - 05/03/12 04:34 AM
I am referring to the redrums in chief, but I have interesting to the kong drums modules too.
I want if they have any related VST products.

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #975936 - 15/03/12 04:31 PM
So, any recommendations?

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #975939 - 15/03/12 04:38 PM
I used to use NI Battery, but these days I prefer NI Kontakt. I separate the sounds (and remove all processing) so they arrive in my DAW on individual channels (kick, snare, hat, toms, overheads, etc.) and I do all my processing track by track in my DAW's mixer. This makes it much like working with recorded drum tracks and I can take pretty much the same approach. This works nicely for me.

For programming patterns I just use the MIDI key editor in Cubase.

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #976093 - 16/03/12 10:07 AM
I keep hearing good things about "Geist" but I've yet to have a hands on. Don't know if it meets your requirements but could be worth a read up.

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Pete Kaine]
      #976187 - 16/03/12 02:20 PM
The Geist from FXpansion?

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #976196 - 16/03/12 02:42 PM
Yeah that's the one, as I say not sure if it does all that you need but can't hurt to find a review on it.

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Re: Any good multi-function drum-machine sampler VST recommended? new [Re: Parco]
      #976387 - 17/03/12 11:44 AM
There was a free cut down version of this - on the cover of a magazine, if memory serves me right, though it required registration/activation gubbins so I bought the mag though never tried it, I rebuilt my machine after having more activations than a faulty robot in some technophiliac B movie on AI - life has been more contemplative since then


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