Steven Slate presets for S2.0

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  1. btnation

    btnation SS.org Regular

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    Toontrack Releases Steven Slate S2.0 Producer Presets

    Toontrack Music has teamed up with Steven Slate to bring you premium producer
    presets designed by Steven Slate himself for the sample engine and core sound
    library of Superior Drummer® 2.0

    The presets carry Stevens highly prolific signature sound into Superior Drummer
    and will give Superior Drummer yet another edge.

    - Comes with seven (7) different presets (Basic Rock, Cranky Funky Rock, Fat Metal,
    Fat Rock, Lively Rock, Punchy Rock, Radio Rock), engineered and designed by Steven
    Slate

    - Works with the core Sound Library in Superior Drummer® 2.0

    Visit this link to check out the Steven Slate Presets:
    http://www.toontrack.com/products.asp?item=66
     
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    manana SS.org Regular

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    yeah just got that email its only 9 dollars but i listened on their website, and all the presets sounds the same to me. No offense, but i dont really like them that much, at least not for metal.
     
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    Got to agree with manana, not my cup of tea.
     
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    Gonna have to give these a listen, thanks!
     
  5. Leec

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    I checked them out when I got the email. The metal kit sounded reasonably cool, but there wasn't a great deal of variety amongst the rock kits. And none of the presets blew me away.

    As they're so cheap, I might be temped to buy them to see how they've gone about achieving the sounds they did. Could be interesting from a learning point of view.
     
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    to get superior to sound great, send the kicks, snare, and toms and cymbals to their own busses and compress heavily and add transients. then eq them. It makes it punchy.
     
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    Fixed. :lol: Honestly though, My kits are broken up this way (and include a separate bus for the ride and room mic as well) then they come down to four subs on the return side.
     

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