I've been challenged in the last 19 months to create music VERY fast for video projects. I created a video showing the process I've been using to get better drums sounds using stock logic drum tones. I prefer recording drums with a real drummer however this has been a fantastic challenge in its own right.
Is there an industry standard VST for acoustic and electric Midi Drums/Percussion ?
The bundled VST Percussion instruments that came with Cubase 7.5 are alright but I cant help but feel like they don't sound all that great. The majority of major label records released these days are using midi drums but they sound great.
So how are they doing it?
i have Yamaha dtx express IV digital drums, and am trying to sync with ableton.do i need user control scripts?how would i find that?
my friend used ez drummer to record the midi drum track on REAPER
but when i open it to my laptop (fresh installation of REAPER and EZDRUMMER)
this comes up
what does this mean? >.<
So we laid down some drum tracks tonight.
V-Kit--->M-Audio INterface--->Cubase 5
I went back after the session and ran the tracks through EZ Drummer (I know- that's all I have at the moment) and I notice the pitch of the snare changes throughout the tune. It actually sounds like it has chorus on it.
I write my own drum beats and save them as MIDI files. What's the best way to get them sounding real and awesome (without using a real drum kit)?
I use SONAR X1 Studio on a Windows 7 32-bit O/S.
Do I need to be using something like BFD2 or Superior Drummer 2?
Any advice on this matter is welcomed. Thanks
I'm currently working on a music project in Garageband [yes, not the best DAW, but I'm comfortable with it, and I can't afford high-end DAWs]; while I think I'm able to mix most audio fairly well, I'm still having trouble with drum mixing. I'm using Addictive Drums for the drum input; while I'm able to "record" the MIDI tracks the way I want, I'm having trouble mixing them.
I did a search for the subject I'm about to ask but no go. So here is my question: I plan on buying a electronic drum set that has MIDI outs and I would like to record the drums to MIDI so that later I can run the MIDI file with Drum kit from hell superior. Is there any program that will record your playing and save it as a MIDI file? Thanks
I have been using an old Boss Dr. Rhythm and an old Proteus/1 which give me very limited sounds that are dated. any advice for upgrading to get a modern drum sound, got a Mac running Digital Performer 4.6 many thanks.
my first time posting here...so a big hello to all...cool forums you've got here!
i've just started putting some of my own ideas into recordings lately and have had one problem i've run across so far (i'm sure i'll run into many more in the future...but these forums are definitely helping to prevent that)