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OfflineCptnGarden
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drum mimic programs
    #4211808 - 05/23/05 10:40 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Well I do some solo work in the same style as joe satriani, but I use hammerhead to make basic drumbeats and record rythym and lead over it with basic sound recorder on windows 98. My only problem now is that Hammerhead requires you to make a shitload of edits to create a full song. Does anyone know any better drum-beat machines with more rock n' roll and shred sounding drum sounds? Hammerhead isn't the worst, but sounds more techno than anything I would be playing.

EDIT: as much as everyone wants to give me the google link, I understand where your coming from, but that way I usualy end up with loads of spyware on my computer that takes up time tracking down and removing.


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Re: drum mimic programs [Re: CptnGarden]
    #4211843 - 05/23/05 10:48 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

I love using soundfonts on my sound blaster card. You download them, load them into memory and then program them through midi in Cubase or something. Once you have the beats programmed, you can switch out soundfonts when ever you want and with cubase you can record guitar tracks in the same program so its easy to edit and overdub or even change any drum hit throughout the finished recording at any time, etc.. With midi you can even record your guitar to drums and then change the whole drum track without having to record guitar again


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