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Drum machine (Mac)

Discussion in 'Musicians Discussion' started by divine_torture, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. divine_torture

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    Preferably something with a torrent or that's free in general. I tried Toontracks, but it won't install or run properly. For fast stuff, like brutal death or black metal.
     
  2. Symbiant

    Symbiant "Too Punish And Enslave"

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    try reason and rewire into logic or into cubase.
     
  3. Vimana

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    I know a drum machine. PM me for the link.
     
  4. Nebulanus

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    I also need one for mac
     
  5. WarKh

    WarKh bass bulldozer

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    Try NI Battery ver.2 or 3! I always use my own presets and drum samples in this sampler, programming dynamic layers etc., so U can load toontrack samples for example. I use it with PC, but I know there are some shared versions for mac.
     
  6. king 0f chr0nz

    king 0f chr0nz New Metal Member

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    fuk drum machines, get a fukn drummer!
     
  7. Dan Weiler

    Dan Weiler New Metal Member

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    You must be a drummer :)
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    On a similar subject, does anyone know where I can find some metal-oriented drum loops, I'm putting together some rough personal compositions in garageband with rudimentary gear and the biggest problem I have is no high tempo drum loops or any with double bass.
     
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    I'm surprised you had trouble with toontrack. It IS a bugger to install, but once you do, it's so easy to use. I'm guessing you downloaded a torrent of EZ Drummer. They NEVER work.

    Do yourself a favor and shell out the $150 for a real version. You won't regret it. It's worth every penny.
     
  10. beyond dead

    beyond dead heavy metal dad \m/

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    if you guys are pirating shit, GTFO. Any DAW will have a piano roll type editor you can use to program. garageband has some decent sounding rock kits for death metal type drums.

    no reason to pirate software that people work hard to make!
     
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    I have some loops. PM me.
     

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