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Re: Question about electronic drums and Mac looping

i can vouch for that. i use battery quite a lot and have used the NI studio drums, synthetic drums and various others in my music. i used some on my latest album. the tune called "the space between breaths" used a jazz kit and the tune called "here and now" used one of the studio kits (can't remember which one). i programmed the drums for both tunes completely from scratch. i'm sure a drummer would be able to tell that they are programmed, but they sound ok, i think. they have enough velocity levels that you can get some pretty realistic stuff going, if you have the patience to program with that much detail.


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 11:22 PM, Louie Angulo <louie.angulo@googlemail.com> wrote:
what about lets say using NI battery or such software for recording? im really curious about this,im sure nothing tops a real drummer,but this programs offer amazing sounds and save you so much miking time when producing,im really curious how many professional recordings on the radio have produced hits this way,and im not talking about electronic drums,im talikng about acoustic sample drums they are so realisitic is scarry! i think i would really have a problem nowdays telling the difference and though it might sound weird, i think some drummers are really being challenged with this type of sampled software,though it takes some finger practice and drum producing understanding no doubt;-)