Anyone have a good rock kit for Reason?

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by Lexalotacus, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. Lexalotacus

    Lexalotacus Guest

    I need something along the lines of 'scar symmetry' or even mainstream as 'breaking benjamin'... You know, just real professional and thick.

    Anyone got anything like that for reason they dont mind sharing?
  2. bigmac

    bigmac Guest

    have you taken a look at the refills Propellerhead is offering? If not, i would do so!

    I always make my own sampled drum kits in reason using various samples from different sources. It can easily be be done, either with wave files or dr. Rex files.
  3. 1000heads

    1000heads Guest

    you can always sample from recordings you like. propeller heads released a refill for studio drums recently, and listening to the demo, it sounded really good. but what i would do if i was on a budget, is get one of those rock drum lessons on cd, import the (audio track) drums you like without accompaniement onto your program(protools, logic, cubase, cakewalk), then "slice up the waves" to what you need, like a kick hit or snare hit. the difficult part is the hihats. unless you want a delay, you'll have to magnify pretty deep to make the cut precisely at the beginning of each wave signal and at the point you'd like to cut it off. save everthing as wav or aif files, and then you can use these samples on redrum or an mpc or whatever.
  4. AllAboutTone

    AllAboutTone Active Member

    Dec 10, 2008
    I have always used Sonar Drums, they work with about any kind of music, otherwise i would go vintage and get that raw drum sound.
  5. Greener

    Greener Guest

    I wish I could use Sonor Drums.
  6. majormusic

    majormusic Member

    Dec 12, 2008
    Use the Big Fish Audio Refills they're available in almost every music store like Guitar Center, and Sam Ash.
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