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Advice on Drums


Post Posted Wed Sep 17, 2014 8:33 pm
christof1971


Posts: 23

Hi Everyone,

so after over 10 years of being moth balled finally got all my synths out.

So I have a question to throw out there regarding whats the best thing to program your drums on these days especially for doing jarre type stuff.

I have at my disposal an EMU ESI-32 and a JX-305 (which is basically an MC-505) are these still good enough or are there better alternatives than this such as VST's or hardware.

Thanks for your help

Chris
Post Posted Sat Sep 20, 2014 11:19 am
Beelooo


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Posts: 199
Location: France

I personally use vst sampler and Drumkit samples I've collected about 10 years; i didn't have a lot but it does the job
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