Anything good you can suggest?
I tried Artist Drums, Abbey Road Modern Drummer, Addictive Drums and I think the latter is the best.
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 I haven’t looked in a while and they may be outdated now with all the new types of software that have been released.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
Superior drummer definitively
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XLN Addictive Drums, Studio Drummer and Abbey Road 60s Drums
Superior Drummer, Studio Drummer, some old spare loop and some real drums…
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.
jamstix is the way to go when one is into drum programming, regardless of the samples used!
Drumasonic 2 and Abbey Road Modern Drummer. Real like real
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.