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SD 2.0 metal foundry presets, your favorite?

Discussion in 'Backline' started by XxSicRokerxX, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. XxSicRokerxX

    XxSicRokerxX Gabriel R.

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    For TMF, the Combined Presets list

    - Default

    - Fredrik Thordendal > Metall
    - Fredrik Thordendal > Bleed
    - Fredrik Thordendal > SDFX kit
    - Fredrik Thordendal > FT - Terror Tory
    - Fredrik Thordendal > FT - It's Raining Blood

    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > Bullys
    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > Texas Metal
    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > Breather
    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > DB - SnotLip
    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > DB - Terror Tory
    - Dug Out - Daniel Bergstrand > DB - Lesra

    - Toontrack > CL - Master Of Justice
    - Toontrack > CL - Dead End
    - Toontrack > CL - Defeat
    - Toontrack > ME - Tama ImperialStar FullKit
    - Toontrack > ME - Made Of Iron

    - Devin Townsend > DevKit

    - Tonteknik Studio > PE - PigCan
    - Tonteknik Studio > PE - NoiseCorner
    - Tonteknik Studio > PE - PopCan
    - Tonteknik Studio > PE - Shaved & Ready
    - Tonteknik Studio > Magnus Lindberg - Post Metal

    - Studio Grondahl - Pelle Gunnerfeldt > The Facer
    - Studio Grondahl - Pelle Gunnerfeldt > PG - Lesra
    - Studio Grondahl - Pelle Gunnerfeldt > I Miss Kiss

    - Jocke Skog > KSE - Atlantis
    - Jocke Skog > LOG - Atlantis
    - Jocke Skog > Loose Stone
    - Jocke Skog > RATM
    - Jocke Skog > Stockholm 1990
    - Jocke Skog > JS - It's Raining Blood
    - Jocke Skog > JS - SnotLip

    Which one do you guys prefer?

    I am really liking the DEVKIT it sounds awesome, reminds me of BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's Kit
     
  2. Jaymz

    Jaymz Stymphalian Productions

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    Snotlip kit out of those....most of the "metal" kits sound uber thin, the Devkit being one of the thinnest for me.
     
  3. FIXXXER

    FIXXXER ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    i only use the presets when jamming or writing music and most of the time it's Fredrik Thordendal > Metall
     
  4. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    The one where I route it into my DAW and process it on my own.
     
  5. NSGUITAR

    NSGUITAR Member

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    +10
     
  6. joelplagues

    joelplagues Member

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    +1

    otherwise snotlip was good when I was recording some guitars the other week. the dev kit is good if you take off some high end on those toms. That's the main thing that bothered me about that kit.
     
  7. CubanDude

    CubanDude not really cuban

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    Am I the only one who likes the Dead End for dickin around? :)
     
  8. schust

    schust Member

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    naw, i dig that one too! the kick is amazing..

    i really like a lot of the Tonteknik Studio stuff - as well as RATM. good starting places...
     
  9. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    My super hybrid with toms and kick from music city, snare from avatar and cymbals from metal foundry.

    I don't care much for the stock ones.
     
  10. UtopianCrux

    UtopianCrux f u t u r e m e t a l

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    Yeah, I use the In Flames (Dead End) preset, and the Sneep Testament (Legacy) preset as starting points. Kicks + snares (plus some other stuff), as always, get heavy reinforcement through a parallel instance of Battery, and stuff is bussed out to my DAW and post processing done there.
     
  11. Lucas D'Angelo

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    I find that the kick from Devkit is really good !
    I usually blend it in with a sneap kick, those two sound great together for me :)
     
  12. Rex Rocker

    Rex Rocker Call me Hugo!

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    Aren't there some Andy Sneap presets? I remember those from the thread with tons of drum software samples. I thought those sounded fantastic.
     
  13. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    The sneap stuff has to be purchased. It doesn't come stock with TMF.
     
  14. Dime_RIP

    Dime_RIP New Metal Member

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    Hej

    I owned Superior 2.0 and Metal Foundry for few days

    I don't know really how to use it perfectlly

    In the first post, XxSicRokerxX talk about different prest contained in Metal Foundry (Fredrik Thordenda etc...)

    I don't know how to search these presets on Superior 2.0.
    It can be download on toontrack site or contained in Metal foundry software

    Thanks for your help (Srry for my english, I'm french):devil:

    JC
     
  15. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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  16. Dime_RIP

    Dime_RIP New Metal Member

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    Yes but it's not so clear

    For me, it's just possible to choose between different kick, snare, hats, toms etc...

    There are no preset for me ; maybe I'm wrong
     
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    Dime_RIP New Metal Member

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