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Old 05-14-2011, 07:21 AM
MickeyPiedmont MickeyPiedmont is offline
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Default "Sampler w/Sequencer" vs. "drum software"

I'm wanting to go the software/sequencer route to create drum beats & loops with an acoustic drum set and/or sample sound files. Up until now, I've been using either my real acoustic drum kit or a Yamaha Motif keyboard with sampling capabilities, onboard drum library - and a hardware recording sequencer to create anything from full songs to simple loops...

I'm looking into software for "SAMPLING" like (example: MOTU MachFive Universal Sampler)... I'm also looking into additional drum software like "Additive Drums" (although I don't know if something like this will be necessary for my applications.) Last but not least, I'll of-course probably need a smooth running a software sequencer with multi-track recording capabilities.

Can anyone give me some pointers on where to start? What kind of programs to use? What kind of MAC I'll need. Thanks...
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