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beat detective for cubase?

Discussion in 'Cubase' started by dennisisme, May 7, 2008.

  1. dennisisme

    dennisisme Active Member

    Is there a plug-in that is similar to beat detective that works well in Cubase? So far i can't find anything that comes close to working as well as beat detective.
     
  2. multoc

    multoc Active Member

    beat detective is god, *shakes a mighty fist at digidesign for keeping it TDM and not native!*
     
  3. fourone3

    fourone3 Active Member

    Beat Detective is definitely available for LE systems. 7.4 comes with it and you can get the multi-track version with the MPTK.

    Unless you're referring to native for other systems?
     
  4. dennisisme

    dennisisme Active Member

    I'm actually wondering if there is any program similar to Beat Detective that works in Cubase. If it was native for Cubase I would have already bought it haha. I work with a lot of fast drumming death/black metal bands in which beat detective is almost a necessity. I'm just considering buying an LE system just to use beat detective and then using SSL Pro Convert to send the tracks back over to Cubase. It's expensive but in order to stay in the game for this type of music I need to use Beat Detective and so far that seems like the only possible way. I know i can use math equations to figure out where to place hitpoints and move hits but by the time i did one small section, BT could have already finished the whole song.

    CURSE YOU DIGIDESIGN!!!!!! :lol:
     
  5. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    There isn't one that I'm aware of that's as good as what's in PTs.

    But, if one exists, I'm sure someone on the forums [DLMURL="link removed[/DLMURL] will know about it.
     
  6. hxckid88

    hxckid88 Active Member

    I feel ya on the metal... It's a joke to think metal drummers can play perfect 1/16th double kick, let alone 1/32nd. I'm a cubase user and I haven't seen anything that I found pleasing or helpful (and affordable?)
     
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