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TRIGGER Intro Video and NEWS

Discussion in 'Backline' started by Slate, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. Slate

    Slate Member

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    Hey guys, Alex here from Slate Digital. First off, let it be known that all SSD 3.x users and all Drumagog 4.x users will get a limited time offer to get TRIGGER Platinum for 50% off, so that's only $150.

    Here is a demo video of TRIGGER, right click the link below and download it.

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    RIGHT CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD VIDEO!
    http://www.slatedigital.com/vid/TRIGGER.mp4

    The demo of TRIGGER will be available very soon, we're just fine tuning the delivery method.

    Thanks,
    Alex
     
  2. Wolfeman

    Wolfeman I Prefer EL-34s. So What?

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    Ok, I'm sold. Was kinda turned off recently, but ME WANT.
     
  3. Wolfeman

    Wolfeman I Prefer EL-34s. So What?

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    BTW that leakage side-chain built in is sweet. Seems like this will improve work-flow and have less plug-ins running. Speaking of that, what kind of cpu load does Trigger have?
     
  4. [UEAK]Clowd

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    woooo $150 is a pretty good deal.

    can't wait.

    edit: wow, just watched the video. this is going to be even better than I thought. I forsee a whole lot less headaches in the future.

    edit2: I just had an awful thought. please tell me this is going to be ilok and not a system like that kontakt bullshit. I would rather deal with drumagog than deal with a system like that again. Plus I want to be able to use this at home and at the studio.
     
  5. XnaySaturo

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    Awesome deal. Sounds/looks amazing too. I don't work with real drums, otherwise I'd be all over this!
     
  6. Slate

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    All Slate Digital will be ilok
     
  7. [UEAK]Clowd

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    fantastic news.
     
  8. jangoux

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    Hope this comes with tips on how to get my wife to not kick me out of home for spending $ on a sample replacement thing, because I am so buying this thing.
     
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    do want!
     
  10. cloy26

    cloy26 d00d

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    Ok, awesome, but will I be able to use the EX packs I bought with this? I assume I could...?

    edit: Love the bleed feature. It will save me. :)
     
  11. Ermz

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    Will it be possible to bus out the different sample 'layers' to different DAW channels, so that one would be capable of processing direct, overhead and room samples individually, as they would in a full mix?
     
  12. KeithTidd

    KeithTidd Robot Penis.

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    ^ good question.

    This looks pretty snazzy.
     
  13. The-Zeronaut

    The-Zeronaut Mixing..Y U SO DIFFICULT?

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    +1

    also ...Steven slate deluxe drums?...
    can you share more info? (will it have metal stuff?)
     
  14. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    I totally take back anything and everything I have ever said ill about Slate/SSD. That side-chain ignore function is fucking genius and I can't believe nobody else thought of it first.

    Also, that Deluxe snare at the end sounds pretty fucking cool.

    I'll be buying this the SECOND it comes out!
     
  15. Lasse Lammert

    Lasse Lammert HCAF Blitzkrieg

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    cool news about the special price andthe ilok protection.
    I'll buy it.
     
  16. HandsOfDespair

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    The side-chain ignore function seems great, but what happens when the drummer is playing kick/snr at the same time?
     
  17. Lasse Lammert

    Lasse Lammert HCAF Blitzkrieg

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    good question, haha.
     
  18. Hate81

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    automate a bypass to the side chain?
     
  19. Lasse Lammert

    Lasse Lammert HCAF Blitzkrieg

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    that would be WAY too much trouble...
    imagine all the doublebass parts in metal.....
    that would be like 200 automationpoints per song just for that
     
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