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    ive been trying to use the l7 drum mach. in cubase le to make a drum track & it seems like it'll take an eternity. Is there an easier or more efficient way to create good drum tracks in a timely manner??? I know there must be an easier way to do this. thanx for any help!!

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    Mic up a kit and hire a really good drummer!

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    You can nose around for drum loop libraries:

    http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...m+loop+library

    Most of these will be of a certain tempo and certain number of measures. These can sometimes be strung together in an effective way. If you are step-programming in Cubase - yes, it is a lengthy and tedious process - but one which affords total control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilGood
    Mic up a kit and hire a really good drummer!
    lol ,thats a good answer..but that is not that easy when you have kids that need sleep and have limited space....this requires alot of money,,but it would be nice
    i think what he is asking is what is the easiest and quickest way to approach creating drum tracks on his own...
    the same question i have???
    dude!! ur not alone i'm on this quest now and will be reading this forum...
    i just purchased the boss dr-880 and it's nice...but how in the hell can i program beats in it...
    it records but it's hard to play those pads with your fingers without fuckin up...
    hmmm... if he is having no fun with cubase then what would be a better ,or should i say an easier sequencer to use for creating drum tracks???
    it's really agrivating with all the expensive goodies out there...
    sometimes i wonder if i should have bought bfd with a midi trap set instead ...good luck
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