Punchy Superior 2.0 preset for you!

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  1. nine squares

    nine squares SS.org Regular

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    Really?? No this is purely my settings, I don't even own his because I thought they were to raw for my taste (and they are starting points). So I don't know how he used his effects.
     
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    in superior drummer, choose the snare and change the midi key.;) 38 guitar pro snare is D1.;) and it will work perfectly.
     
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    props to you dude
    I honestly like yours better than the ones he just released
    :hbang:


     
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    7 Strings of Hate Mid-Level Asshole Contributor

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    Yea, its a great patch.
     
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    When I try typing in D1 it just automatically switches back to F8.

    It's also missing some toms, and I don't know how to add the missing ones.
     
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    The drums sound insanely awesome. Could you please also upload the solo'd guitar track, and bass track? Everything gels so nicely, and im interested to see what they sound like individually, since it doesnt sound as good with my guitar tone.
     
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    Daemon The Nocturnal Chaos

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    Sorry but, with Windows, where I have to put it ?
     
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    Winspear Tom Winspear

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    ^ You can put it where ever you want. You just load it via "Load Project/Load project as combined preset"

    To make it appear in user presets though,
    C:\Users\Owner\Documents\Toontrack\Superior2\PresetsEZX\SL-AVATAR\Combined
     
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    Sounds awesome, I'll probably be using this for awhile now! Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. nine squares

    nine squares SS.org Regular

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    It feels kind of weird giving you those tracks but try to send your drums, guitars and bass to a stereo bus and add some light compression to get them together. Thanx on the comment though, I don't think this a great guitar tone for metal but glad you liked it!
     
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    nine squares SS.org Regular

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    Thank you, you're to kind. With some tweaking on this preset and replacing the kick I think it could be possible to get near his album tone if that's what you're after.

    And thanx to everyone else for the nice creds!
     
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    did you solve the problem?
    first, hit "remove" and then type D1.;)
     
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    Nope, no luck.
     
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    nah. it´s easy, when you load that preset, snare is in F8 key. you select snare in superior drummer and hit REMOVE. then, type D1 and it´s ready to work.
     
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    edit: Alright I'm good. Thanks man.
     
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    nine squares SS.org Regular

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    Finally! Great that it worked out for you.
     
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    Prydogga Giddyup.

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    I had a chance to try this one out earlier in the week, quite a nice preset, my only gripe is I'm not a fan of the way you routed the mics in the mixer, but that's easily changeable :)

    Props man! :yesway:
     
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    Cool thanx! Jeah I just used the way it was routed from the start, but as you noticed I used an x-drum at first and then I forgot how to go back to the regular one again so I just kept it like that haha.
     
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    This preset is great! I just got Superior and this is a cool starting point. Glad I found this thread.

    Got a noob question for you guys... What do you usually keep the transients at? I try to vary them a little but I was wondering if there was a general area that sounds the best for metal.
     

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