Drum Machine

Pollyanna

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McG, MediocreFunkyBeat gave me some good info on this in the "Drum machines have no soul?" thread: http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36130

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Has anyone tried using software drum machines or synths? If so, are there any you'd recommend?
Reason is a well known one. Ableton Live has a number of facilities for loop-making and so do the main DAW's and most DAW programmes will accept external plug ins like BFD 2 and the like for realistic drum sounds. Garvin recently switched me onto an incredible bit of software called Superior 2.:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roLX4ZW2Ldk

But these are 'realistic' samples. Reason and Ableton are the simplest two for non-realism. If you want to get absolute control over every single possible parameter, Max/MSP is your friend, but that takes literally months to learn how to do what you want to do. It is incredible though. In theory Max/MSP can run CNC machines, lighting rigs... MIDI files, MIDI I/O devices AND process audio in almost any way you want to. That's what my last example was written in - and that's just very simple.
 
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