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Kurlykovs
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Anything good you can suggest?

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Art-of-Sound
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I tried Artist Drums, Abbey Road Modern Drummer, Addictive Drums and I think the latter is the best.

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donrobertsmusic
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I am using BFD2. I haven’t looked in a while and they may be outdated now with all the new types of software that have been released. But I personally love them. It’s super in depth if you want it to be, or very easy with lots of presets

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petrenj
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Superior drummer definitively

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PaBlikMM
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XLN Addictive Drums, Studio Drummer and Abbey Road 60s Drums :)

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MValentino
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Superior Drummer, Studio Drummer, some old spare loop and some real drums…

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studio26design
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Addictive Drums for me too. I have also used a CD of drum samples (Drumkit from Hell) I bought several years ago with a sequencing program but that is a bit time consuming compared to what is available now.

I keep my drums pretty simple, usually starting with just a basic, kick-snare-kick-snare as a base so don’t use many midi grooves other than those included with Addictive Drums.

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bosone
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jamstix is the way to go when one is into drum programming, regardless of the samples used!

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JohnRosso
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Drumasonic 2 and Abbey Road Modern Drummer. Real like real

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lion-audio
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just recently bought bfd2. so far it is absolutely fantastic, if you need “real” drums. for electronic music i use steinbergs stock Groove agent one, very easy to use.

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