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Drumagog questions and Sample Swap

Discussion in 'Drums' started by tripnek, Jan 6, 2004.

  1. tripnek

    tripnek Active Member

    I finally downloaded the trial version and I'm sold on it for sure. I will soon be selling my D4 and drum machines. Great mixing tool. However I have a few questions for those experienced drumagog users before I buy it.

    1. Is the Pro version worth the extra cash? The only two features that seem possibly useful to me are the:
    A - Tracking Window Control - Is this necessary for Dynamic multisamples or is the normal tracking sufficient?
    B - Positional Multisamples - Does this feature work well?

    2. Anyone willing to swap samples?
    When I searched this topic here I found a few posts of people wanting samples, but as most of you know most good sample CDs cost $200-300. I have a few good samples I made from drums that I recorded and I'm in the process of making more. However my recordings of "good sounding" drums is limited. The majority of my clients kick and snare require replacement or at least "help". I also have found some on the internet.
    If any of you guys have or can make good samples I would love to swap some to increase my collection. In fact, if enough are willing to submit samples I would be willing to compile them and send out the entire collection to those who submit. Please post your email address here if you are willing to participate.

    [ January 06, 2004, 11:13 AM: Message edited by: tripnek ]
  2. falkon2

    falkon2 Well-Known Member

    Willing to participate, but haven't had an email for almost two years now (don't ask).

    One resource that has been invaluable to me is www.nskit.com; though the cymbals sound really shrill and the rest of the kit sound really woody, I got it to somehow work (at least ;) ) with a lot of processing.
  3. CaptainMark

    CaptainMark Guest

    You might be interested in this freeware plug:
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    It is similar to Drumagog but outputs midi, so you can trigger samples from your favourite drum sampler with more control over envelopes etc.
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    by Guest

    CaptainMark that's an awsome plugin for free!


    EastWest's "Drum Kit From Hell" which is less then $100 and is pretty good sounding...

    or I think it's also at audiomidi.com for a bit less...
  5. ozraves

    ozraves Active Member

    I thought you could upgrade to the pro version just by paying the difference in price. I like the program a lot. Rim Buntinas, the programmer/owner, is extremely helpful.

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