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Anybody here that has Superior Drummer 2.0?

guitarnerdswe

Forum Addict
Hello!

Is there anybody here that has Superior Drummer 2.0? I need help with something, and I promise to give you something back for the trouble :)

Regards
Nick
 

godprobe

Forum Addict
what's up? and no promises necessary :)
especially if you're on Reaper and Windows, I'm more likely to be able to help
 

DNW

Forum Addict
Yep, another S2.0 user here. I've been a big fan of Toontrack's work since the original DFH, although they've certainly come a long way since those days. :)


What exactly are you needing help with?
 

Griffin

Inspired
...and another...in fact I own nearly the whole of Toontrack's stuff past and present.

...looking forward to a question! :lol:
 

FlyingV

Inspired
OK, I am not Tonygtr,
but: are you satisfied with Superior 2.0 ?
Easy to use ?
Most of you use it with Cubase ?
Easy connection Superior-Cubase ?

Regards

Peter
 

ruvann

Inspired
FlyingV said:
OK, I am not Tonygtr,
but: are you satisfied with Superior 2.0 ?
Easy to use ?
Most of you use it with Cubase ?
Easy connection Superior-Cubase ?

Regards

Peter
I think SD rocks! Checking out stuff like Meshuggah's 2005 album that was done with Drumkit from hell! it's AWESOME.
The song bleed on the Obzen 2008 album was also programmed.
Threat signal, dethklok, etc.

Pretty impressive.

It's quite simple to use actually.
Settings multiple outputs into the DAW was about the most complicated for me. I use it with Pro Tools.
The rest is right there in GUI.

I'm not a Cubase user but the set up in the DAW should be pretty similar.
 

DNW

Forum Addict
FlyingV said:
OK, I am not Tonygtr,
but: are you satisfied with Superior 2.0 ?
Easy to use ?
Most of you use it with Cubase ?
Easy connection Superior-Cubase ?

Regards

Peter
Definitely happy with S2.0, although even more happy since I added a few SDXs for more sounds. I find it very easy to use, because even though there are a lot of options, they've designed a great and very flexible UI.

I use it in Cubase and have never had any problems with it. :)
 
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