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    Need advice on Drums

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    What is a good, easy to use program to great realistic drum tracks that I can import into various track editors? Fruityloops?

    I really want to avoid static/synth sounding drums?

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    Bose

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    Fruity Loops Version 3.1

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    Defenitely go with fruityloops

    you got heaps of possibilities to edit your drums, and if you got good samples, you'll have great results.

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    You can pick up demo versions of both programs at their respective sites.

    You can used sampled "live" drum WAV.s, instead of the drums that come with the programs.

    Peace...

    spin

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    Where is a good place to get "sampled 'live' drum WAV.s"?

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    Concur...I would love a good set of links to good drum .wav files.

    Thanks all for your responses.

    Nate

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    Check out www.discretedrums.com . They sound pretty damn good. You could also try a real drummer but I know that's hard for some people, neighbors complain, family complains, etc!

    Darth

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    Thanks, guys, that's perfect!

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