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Old 2012-11-23, 03:52
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Drum Synths

Are we going to see any drum synth Rack Extensions?
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Old 2012-11-23, 03:56
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are u not happy at all with KONG????
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Old 2012-11-23, 04:11
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Rob Papen's Predator and Synapses ANTIDOTE can both simulate drums and percussion
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Old 2012-11-23, 08:22
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I never really liked using drum synths, I never even use Kong, I use redrum with samples, or in combination with DR rex and top loops etc. The best results I get with Audio loops or even single samples of Kicks I'd copy and paste as audio clips - join them etc... somehow you get the best quality sound.
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Old 2012-11-23, 09:38
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Novation Drumstation please
Jomox MBase and Jomox X-Base also
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Old 2012-11-23, 12:46
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808 Kick style....

1: Use any synth

2: Mod env routed to pitch

3: Mod ADSR: A = 0, D = to taste (higher = longer pitch from upper freq to note root), S = 0, R = 127

4: Mod Env Amount dial to taste (higher settings would cause higher pitch start off)

5: Amp ADSR:
A = to taste (0 = click start, no higher than 10 else fades in),
D = to taste (higher = longer transient, lower = shorter),
S = 0 (or higher, to help possibly with shaping, optional),
R = to taste (sets tail of kick)

6: Osc set to sine (if using an osc with high freq content then add a low pass filter)

7: Polyphony to 1

8: optional: key tracking off (so always hit same note no matter what key you press) - you can play around with this until you find the right pitch you want

9: Trigger your note in a loop on sequencer, tweak above settings to get a basic drum sound. Save presets out so you have a bank of them at your disposal

You could bounce out samples so you can then reload into Redrum / NNXT / NN19 / Kong, you could also create signal chains of effects (distortion, bit crush, transient shape thru Kong, resonate thru Kong etc)

You could add noise to create a snare sound, or high hats etc, percussion is done in quite similar ways.

another idea... found sounds.... smack a plastic bucket while sampling, your own drum no issues, chop, whack in a Redrum, all good
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Old 2012-11-23, 12:11
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I never really liked using drum synths, I never even use Kong, I use redrum with samples, or in combination with DR rex and top loops etc. The best results I get with Audio loops or even single samples of Kicks I'd copy and paste as audio clips - join them etc... somehow you get the best quality sound.
Top loops, ha? You think they've made from what exactly?

Audio Loops & One-Shots (if they're not acoustic ones) are made from synths, so you just tricking yourself!

Anyway source is always synth!
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Old 2012-11-23, 23:03
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Top loops, ha? You think they've made from what exactly?

Audio Loops & One-Shots (if they're not acoustic ones) are made from synths, so you just tricking yourself!

Anyway source is always synth!
Hey I get what you are saying, but regardless if the original source is synth, they are still audio in present form.
I also use "top loops" as audio loops, much better quality and most of time already processed.
I must admit, drums are usually not my strong point, so I usually like sample based stuff and or audio.
I figured out that's why you have people like: Vengeance, Myloops, Prime loops etc... they make top quality ready to use sounds
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Old 2012-11-24, 01:09
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In many ways Reason doesn't really need any new Drum Synth (not to say they wouldn't be fun) as between ReDrum, Kong and ReGroove everything is very well covered.

If I were to perk up at something then it may be something that is either truly different like another take on Physical Models or a Bill Bruford in a box type of thing that can analyse my existing track (the musical bits not my cack take at drumming) and tap away to suit, like a real Bill would.

Everything else should be out there as ReFills already.

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