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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
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    I'll have a crack at it. Send me da stems. Do it nao.

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    Jamstix. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Jamstix. Seriously.
    I tried out the free trial version of this and it seemed pretty cool. It's also nice that you can use all your Ezdrummer etc. kits with it.
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    Instead of hiring out drum programming, hire a drummer to play a Roland V kit and grab the midi from that. It will be much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    I tried out the free trial version of this and it seemed pretty cool. It's also nice that you can use all your Ezdrummer etc. kits with it.
    It's the core of my musical workflow. You do have to learn to work with it, but it's still way better than programming fills, accents etc.

    The kit mapping to various sample sets is decent, but inevitably I have to make some changes here and there. Jamstix doesn't include as many articulations as the current top-level sample sets, but I find most of that superfluous for heavy rock (or even normal rock). The lack of cymbal articulations is a little more noticeable, however. You can work around it, but it takes time.

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