FXpansion BFD

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by wilycaw, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. wilycaw

    wilycaw Guest

    Does anyone have any experience with this? Can this be used on either Cubase LE or ProTools LE? Does BFD have any issues on either of these?

    Oh, and is BFD as good as everyone seems to think it is? What else is out there in BFD's league?

  2. Derm

    Derm Guest

    I dont know about cubase or protools, but other contender for your money is usually DFH or DFHS. Drummer From Hell & DFH Superior
  3. felipefre

    felipefre Guest


    I've just started using the bfd drums on my CUBASE SX. It sound's really cool. I don't have much experience with other drum softwares and I can't compare with the DFH (I also used fruity loops before but BFD is a completely different thing)
    I use Cubase's midi tracks to map my drums and send it to BFD (via VST instrument). As I said, it sounds pretty realistic, especially if you have experience on programming drums (you can also rely on the premade loops...), but it does take a lot o memory (my Athlon 2.0Ghz with 1GB 2100 RAM can barely run it, especially if I load up the inserts with effects).

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