|From ToX on 10.09.2002, 09:46:
There's a software that permit you to imagine a logical creation of a sound ( with VCF , VCA, LFO, wires and all the tralala ) . His name is Virtual Waves .
|From [JAZ] on 10.09.2002, 12:06:
Since noone has yet told about them, I should told you about mda DrumSynth ( http://www.maxim.abel.co.uk/drumsynth.htm ) and Stomper ( http://www.master-zap.com/ )
|From LordGalvar on 10.09.2002, 12:28:
I like drum dragon alot. And that drum synth program is nice too. I just always forget about them. You could always take a drum sample that you kind of like and put them through some real analog filters if you have them, like overdrives and EQs and then resample. Maybe even a bass amp if you have it. If you have a real subtractive synth sitting around, use that too. I guess I am jsut trying to figure out why I have 5 synths, 2 drum machines, and lots of other Equipment sitting here if all I use is PSYCLE. I guess thats a compliment for you JAZ =).
|From LordGalvar on 10.09.2002, 12:33:
BTW, I have never used a 909, 808, or any other Roland Drum Machine (not even a sample of one). I am actually proud of that. I love my Alesis HR-16 and I like the damn Kawai R-50, but the interface makes absolutly no sense. I don't know why I said that other than to win credibility for my last post, seeing that you didn't want any overused Roland Kicks, Pikari.
|From Pikari on 10.09.2002, 14:04:
Only mic I have ATM cost 15€ or something. Maybe I'll make some noise with it I once tried to sample some kicking/messing sounds.
|From KooPer on 15.09.2002, 21:03:
TNX for tip for DrumDragon
|From SmG on 14.06.2005, 11:05:
|From TranceMyriad on 14.06.2005, 12:15:
geez mate, talk about reviving old posts!
|From SmG on 14.06.2005, 22:09:
|From DMNXS on 21.06.2005, 12:17:
À propos Stomper: It's been slightly updated and his going to come out as a (commercial ) VSTi!
|From minifrog on 20.01.2006, 04:17:
This is an old thread, but what teh hey! Just discovered this:
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