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Discussion in 'Drums' started by cdmasternow, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. cdmasternow

    cdmasternow Guest

    Hey, I dont know if im posting this in the correct place but has any one heard any news with drumagog 5?
    IMO 4 was pretty good, everything i disliked about it, seems to be corrected in the new one. I want it now.
  2. theycallmebrown

    theycallmebrown Active Member

    i dont know, but i cannot wait for it. drumagog has saved my tail so many times when the drummer has just NO idea how to tune his kit.
  3. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    I got an email from them a few weeks ago stating that Drumagog 5 would be delayed. The new promo ads are running and couldn't likely be killed or retracted in time. I also use it quite a bit and am waiting ofr the release although that new SPL drum replacer product that has the Transient Designer built into it looks pretty sweet. I am also a big fan and user of both the hardware and software versions of the SPL Transient Designer for my drum tracks.
  4. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    I have the Transient Designer hardware version, how does the software version compare AG?
  5. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    I have used/rented both the 2-ch and 4-ch Transient Designer and have always had great success with them. Almost bought the 4-ch, but when I got the UAD Quad I played with the SPL plug version and it was so close to the hardware and easier to use in software with enough of the same results that I opted to not buy the hardware version at this time. Now SPL has a new plug that combines the Transient Designer plug with a drum replacer function. While I have not used that specific plug, I would have expect SPL to deliver on the goods. While Drumagog 4 is working well for me, I am awaiting Drumagog 5 to evaluate and hope to demo and play with the SPL version to see if an upgrade is warranted. I am leaning towards the SPL since I have the UAD Transient Designer plug now and can upgrade to the full drum replacer version for a discount.

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