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Kurlykovs says

Just as the subject says :D

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MattBearman says

What sorts of drum beats are you after?

If you’re interested in live sounding drums, I highly recommend BFD from fxpansion. The Eco version is really affordable, but still gives very believable results.

If you’re after synth drums I think it’s more a matter of personal preference, but I do like Waldorf’s Attack

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Kurlykovs says

Whats Live sounding drums is it the ones that sound like “acoustic” drums is that what you mean? Sorry i am new to this things and about the waldorf’s attack can it be hooked up to Line 6 pod Kb37?

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MattBearman says

Yeah, by live sounding I mean acoustic drums, BFD (and BFD Eco) are actually real drum kits played by good drummers and recorded in a pro studio, I doubt many people could tell the difference between BFD and an actual live drummer – check out the audio samples here http://www.fxpansion.com/index.php?page=53

Both BFD and Attack run a VST plug ins, so they should work with any hardware, as long as you have VST compatible software – which is pretty much all recording software these days, check out this list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Studio_Technology#VST_hosts BFD will also run on its own with out any additional audio software.

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Kurlykovs says

Thanks a lot man! i am going to buy my self Line 6 pod Kb37 and it does come with Ableton Live and POD farm which is good for guitar Pre Amps and such for the price but i wasn’t sure if it comes with some kind of drums software so that is why i asked. it does come with some VST sounds ReasonĀ® Adapted but once again i don’t know if those VST have some drums just like usual keyboards have where i could just tap the keys and come up with the drums my self hehe. :D

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Waderman says
Hi, I recommend and use iDrum from iZotope, a dam small but powerful drum VST. Just $49 and impressive room for individual sound layers and loops. Than you can add and use tons of free drum samples downloadable from Delamar http://www.delamar.de/free-samples/free-samples-ueber-10-000-free-drum-loops-drum-kits-und-drum-samples-6600/

unlimited sounds and rhythm experiences

Dirk

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