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Toontrack Metal month 2014

Discussion in 'Backline' started by D20, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. Mago

    Mago Austrian Blech Machine

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    Sounds nice, seems to be less processed than Metal Machine.

    Toms stand out the most to me upon a quick listen through, they sound super sweet.
    Snares are really nice as well, a bit underwhelmed by the kicks altho I don't think that that kind of kicks are featured yet in any TT product.
    overheads and room sound seem to be super awesome.
     
  2. shine

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    Jaymz Stymphalian Productions

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    Cymbals sound great!
     
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    I'm actually incredibly impressed with how these samples sound, the kicks are a bit unusual for my preferences, but the whole kit actually sounds incredibly natural and DAT ROOM!
     
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    Bought :)
    Downloading now.
    I will start a thread with examples this afternoon.
     
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    Downloading... :Spin::Spin::Spin:
     
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    I'm very impressed with the pack, the tones are definitely close to raw and if you load it up in S2.0 you get access to a fair few mics to balance on the kick and snare. The kits are immaculately tuned and the room is just insane. The kicks are all very large sizes (including a 26x22!) which might be part of the unusual character, but I think they are very usable especially if you balance the kick in favour of the condenser in (Beta 91?) instead of the dynamic (D112).
     
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    Installing now, really liked the sound of everything except the kick from the video and soundcloud clips (I never like TT kicks for some reason)
     
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    I actually like the Kicks a lot. Especially the mapex velvetone. The bell of the K custom is to die for. Not extremely fond of the ludwig snares but the Brady and the Yamaha are so cool (I prefer crackyness over fatness).
     
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    So far everything sounds good but I have a problem with the hi-hat. It bleeds all over the place! To much hi-hat in the OH and room.

    Other than that I'm in love with the yamaha snare and I really like the reverb.
     
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    Oh precisely like it would in a real recording?? Damn hi hats.....

    I know Superior Drummer has control over all the bleed levels. Does EZ drummer?

    I'm quite liking the sound of these. I'm stoked that they don't sound too processed, and I feel like they won't take too much to get sounding big. Will probably buy.
     
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    Will buy that one soon too...sounds pretty good to me!
     
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    Everything sounds pretty good to my ears. This looks like a purchase to me.
     
  17. CraigJohnsJr

    CraigJohnsJr MASSiVE- Guitarist

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    How would you guys compare it to Metal Foundry?
     
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    I like metal foundry better. the cymbals and hihats are better in my opinion. the toms are great in the new pack.
     
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    Dang, that sounds pretty awesome!
     
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