Great for ambiant icing and maybe a loop or layer or special effects type thing, but not so good for bread and butter stuff.
I have found a few things I like though, but for my every-day stuff for my country and southern gospel folks, I find the hypersonic 2 works better, and I need more stock drums that aren't so ambiant and better pianos.
Still, when I want something kind of spacey sounding or a loop or something unusual it sometimes fits the bill.
One can never have too many tools 'grin'. At 05:48 AM 12/20/2009, you wrote:
I always have Dimension Pro on my system. It's a cool cynthe! Regards, Phil Muir Accessibility Training Telephone: US (615) 713-2021 UK+44-1747-821-794 Mobile: UK +44-7968-136-246 E-mail: info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> URL: www.accessibilitytraining.co.uk/ <http://www.accessibilitytraining.co.uk/> -----Original Message----- From: realmusicians-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:realmusicians-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Chris Belle Sent: 20 December 2009 05:11 To: realmusicians-freelists.org Subject: [realmusicians] thoughts about session drummer 3 Well, after working with sd2 and 3 both on both jaws and window-eyes fronts for a few days, I've come to the conclusion that sd2 is a bit of a hog, it actually stops my machine believe it or not, but sd3 plays nicely. Atleast today when I was running dimension pro with sd2 it kept halting the system, but when I loaded up sd3 they worked together just fine. Go figure. I usually don't have dimension pro on my system, am not a huge fan of it, but I put it on to do some testing, and there are a few things I like in there. well, you just never know about this junk.