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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Coryd, Jan 18, 2011.
When I talked to Misha on their last stop here, he said he used stock Avatar for the album...
yeah, i did use stock avatar, but i mixed outside of the s2.0 mixer in addition to inside the mixer, on top of that the album is mastered
the paragraph i just wrote should explain it all
It's an Avatar kick mixed with a sample from the first DFHS library.
Edit: At least thats what Nolly told me and I just asked Misha about it the other day haha
The only thing I like about this, is building from his snare setup, the kick I don't care at all about, I enjoy the sound of mine, and it works for me, but Bulb's snares have always been something I look up to when trying to create my own good snare.
I'll definitely get this one
Edit: IMO the snare in the mini kit one is actually pretty cool, it's not the greatest, but it's among the realest SD kick setups I've heard.
Edit 2: I NEED the big and open snare. That's lovely and big.
yeah its a mix of the two, but thats the only non avatar sample
Oh fo sho, didn't check em since last time, but yeah.
Very cool nonetheless!
Meh was hoping for a bit more. Sounds very stocky. You can do alot alot more in the mixer of s2.0 espc for the kick.
I only have ozone running on the whole kit as after effects and do all mixing inside s2.0 and get a much nicer kick imo.
Thanks but no thanks.
I wouldn't say the kick sounds particularly good in this preset pack, but it certainly isn't close to stock. Same goes for the snare.
Best way to do it after all. Though, I like using Avatar kick and snare and the rest Metal Foundry.
Is there a problem with the old school sample? Or is it just a lo-fi preset?
Ok guys, this isn't the Toontrack support forum. If you're having issues and actually bought the software Toontrack provides customer support. I moved all the help posts to a new Superior Drummer 2.0 sticky here
its just a lofi preset
if you like to bounce your drums and then mix, i figured that could be really useful for certain sections!
I'm pretty sure ALL of the producer presets offered by Toontrack are just starting points. That's how I've always viewed them. If you thought Toontrack would offer album quality drum presets for $15 then you need to get a clue haha.
Using these producer presets with multi out and then doing your OWN mix in your DAW of choice is ALWAYS the way to go. I've been using the "Bleed" preset from the 2.2.2 update as of late and getting awesome results.
Can't wait to try mixing Misha's presets as well.
Bought the pack. I like them very much, though I don't think I'll be using them.
Misha, I think you should do a 5 minute youtube overview on mixing S2.0 drums
However, since this is a guitar forum, we wouldn't be upset if you did a (short) guitar mixing tutorial as well!
You know I was gonna ask him to do something like that if I get to meet him on tour!
Not for mixing/production purposes - just to see him on screen
some of you guys are like teenage girls with a crush
You're right! He wrote Zyglrox.