I was recently asked if I could do drum triggering/replacement for a potential client. Technically, I absolutely could...except that I only have EZ Drummer . I've never had a need to do drum replacement before, so I just never considered getting anything better than EZ Drummer, which I planned on only using to mock up demos and such.
And so, I am exploring my options in case this client would like to pursue this work. I know that a mix of you guys use Superior Drummer and Slate Drums. Do you guys prefer one over the other?
It's also worth noting that if I do end up purchasing one, that I would like it to be as varied as possible. I know that this client isn't metal (I believe it's just basic rock), but in the future I may need to work with metal and/or jazz drums.
Just wondering what your collective opinions are on the matter.
For replacement I personally use Drumagog into Superior Drummer. Drumagog has its own samples and you can route/blend into another VST drum program for unique sounds. Drumagog is really good on its own though. So I guess this is a vote for superior? lol