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I'm curious, having all the synths in the world to get the best tonal sounds and recreations of natural instruments, what are you using to get your electronic percussion in your scores?
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Originally posted by JustaJigolo:

LM7 (bundled with Cubase). I change the .aif drum samples for something more suitable.

How you do dat? Inquiring minds want to know ... I've got Cubase (just ordered v4 upgrade). Are their tutorials out there to teach me?

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Originally posted by midinut:

How you do dat? Inquiring minds want to know ... I've got Cubase (just ordered v4 upgrade). Are their tutorials out there to teach me?


Check out your vst folder in cubase, locate drums, then LM7 folder. There's a folder in there with all the drum samples in (I changed the "compressor" kit). You need to back up the sounds if you want to keep 'em, somewhere safe.


The drum samples are in .aif form so you'll need to convert your new sounds from their original format (I use Soundforge), then save the sound to the LM7 compressor folder. NOTE: you've got to keep the original drum name or LM7 won't find the drum. (That's why I backed up the original sounds in a different folder)!


I'm recording our drummer's kit to put into LM7 to give my song demos that touch of added realism. (Except the LM7 doesn't speed up when I don't want it to :D )

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