Separate names with a comma.
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Feel free to sign up today.
Discussion in 'Backline' started by jhrv, Sep 12, 2009.
Website demostration video
his face and the cowbell made my day.
the plugin seems very accurate. need to try that
I actually discovered this yesterday and am still on the fence about it. I briefly tried it yesterday and love all the options it has (albeit some of them are a little cryptic, but then again, I'm not big on reading manuals, haha).
Could come in handy, I definitely like how it's very similar to DrumTracker but it's right in your DAW as a plugin and ready to go!
More tests need to be done, I suppose...
If this cuts down on messing around with Drumtracker then hell yeah.
Dig the guy's accent too.
just tried the demo. used a piezo which was glued to a metal can (my selfmade lo-fi microphone)
worked really good. i had lots of fun with it!
fuck, i just cant get this thing to work with multiple input signals.
i have 2 audio tracks with a kick on track1 and a snare on track 2, and also one midi track with superior2.
i have protrig in the inserts of the two audio tracks. the 1st protrig midi output goes to midinote C1 (bassdrum in S2)
and the secont goes to D1 (snare in S2)
now when i try to set the midi input on the superior2 track i can just choose between
instance 1 and 2...but i need to choose them both if i want to trigger the bassdrum AND the snare.
what am i doing wrong here!? is it a DEMO restriction or did the developers fuck it up!?
Can this be used to take a drum loop in wave form and convert it into midi to import into SSD or others?
Am I missing something here, or is this basically another version of what Drumagog can already do? I've turned Audio into Midi using drumagog before...
Really cool plugin, i'm definitely buying it.
Yep, with the focus on not being so atrociously terrible as Drumagog is at it.
I never had any problems before using Drumagog to turn a kick or snare track into midi, to use in Superior.
Sounds very swedish
Looks like a cool plug, but I guess you have to spend alot of time tweeking to get the most out of it like drumagog.
I would still rather use Drumtracker... The ability to change parameters throughout the song without trying to automate and manually adding/removing hits just makes it way too convenient. I don't trust any plugin to accurately pick up every single hit and not a single unwanted hit throughout a whole track... By that logic this plugin shouldn't even have any parameters if it's that good, I should be able to play a snare drum for 6 hours straight with every possible velocity and it should catch them all perfectly.