[ddots-l] Re: superior drummer 2.2.3

with hsc its verry accessible, no help needed.
At 07:27 AM 12/16/2010, you wrote:
So, I'm guessing tha from all your talk about this product it works well with CT and sonar without too much trouble? I think that's what I'd really like to know. How accessible is it to us. How much sighted help do you need to set it up. I do want to move to another level with using drums on my tracks. I'd really appreciate whatever you can tell me about it's usage in sonar.
Thanks Tom
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From: <mailto:info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>Phil Muir
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Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 7:00 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: superior drummer 2.2.3

Hmm,  Not sure why you would want too as it ships with a ton of MIDI loops.



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Sent: 14 December 2010 23:20
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Subject: [ddots-l] Re: superior drummer 2.2.3

I'm a novice at the drum loops and midi can you guys tell me how to sample the superior drummer product.
Tom
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From: <mailto:steve.wicketts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>Steve Wicketts
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Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 9:20 AM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: superior drummer 2.2.3

Hi Len,

A quick play with the snare,

1: When Superior is loaded, press  Shift plus F4 to put you on step record,

2: press the T key to set step record to 32,.

3: hit the snare key 32 times, this will give you a duration of one note, ,

4: press Control plus F4 to come out of Step Record,

5: press alt plus the number 4 to put you in event edit,
6 go to the Velocity column, press enter and type 107 then press enter again and arrow down to the next velocity number and press enter then type 87, and so on.

Try this sequence of velocities, Very basic kind of roll.
107, 87, 87, 67, 77, 57, 67, 47,
57, 37, 47, 27, 47, 27, 47, 27,
47, 57, 67, 77, 87, 97, 107, 127   ,

Steve W


From: <mailto:len@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>Len Viljoen
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Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 1:40 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: superior drummer 2.2.3

that sounds good. i'm not that good with programming yet so a little push in the right direction would be welcome. can you maybe point me to a good resource site for midi programming where i could find good tips and maybe tutorials?


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