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Unread 04-14-2012, 07:50 PM   #1
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Andy Sneap Metal Machine EZX E-kit Demo

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Just bought the Metal Machine EzDrummer expansion that Andy Sneap worked on, and Ive been having a blast programming with it! Got my drummer Daniel over to make a demo video of it to test how it would sound on a "live" drummer. He dug the samples but he hated the feel of the E-Kit! >


We demo'd the 3 different kits included, no post processing or even mixing within the plugin, just the default mix presets!

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Unread 04-14-2012, 08:07 PM   #2
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Did you have to adjust sensitivity and dynamic control both on Roland module and the plugin? Me and my drummer often use Metal Machine with the E-kit but still have issues with everything being too loud, snare during blasts for example.
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Definitely getting the Andy Sneap pack!

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Yea, drummers who hit even moderately hard are going to track the midi really hot. I would lower the sensitivity as much as possible for each pad on the module.

In this vid it was tracked way to hot, 90% of the hits were at max velocity. Oh well, at least its midi and you can always edit it!

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