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Lee D

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  1. I spent more than usual this year. Sampletank 4 Max upgrade $80 (Hell yeah) Dune 3 $100 (Hell yeah) Synthmaster Everything Bundle Upgrade $100 (Impulse buy that I kind of regret) Samples From Mars Everything Bundle $30 (Hell yeah)
  2. Wasnt planning on getting something like this but for $33 why not? I have Studio One 5, MDrummer, and Sampletank 4. What's the best way to use these for drum kits?
  3. I dunno, for the price I'm happy. The browser could be better but it's good enough for me. I'm not a power user though.
  4. Yeah I forgot about that but that's also a big benefit. Also it loads Syntronik instruments. Having everything in one plugin is great.
  5. The ST4 samples in the SE version are great. The ST3 ones are crap. But this includes like 200GB of new ST4 samples so that's what made me pull the trigger. $80 for this amount of high quality sounds is a super deal. Plus I like ST4 interface and effects.
  6. I had bought Total Studio Max 2 earlier in the year when it was like $250. That included Sampletank 4 SE. I just got a tasty upgrade to Sampletank 4 Max for like $80 after using some Jampoints. SCORE!
  7. Why not just install the IK Software Manager which was released a few months ago? Then it's just clicking a button to install everything.
  8. I'm very happy to see that IK is listening to user feedback and am looking forward to trying this. I recently bought Total Studio 2 Max and love it but the downloading, authorization, and installation process was extremely time consuming and painful. Not to mention the manual process for getting and installing updates. So if this addresses that then I'll be thrilled. Reading some of the responses in this thread, I have to laugh. Only in internet forums can you say you've released a free new improved product and get people dumping on you as a result because version 1.0 has a few bugs.
  9. Just checked and both work fine for me. Sorry to hear you have issues with them.
  10. Amazing! Thank you Bandlab and to the bakers for continuing to make this DAW better and better!
  11. What's the advantage of MSuperLooper versus just loop recording in my DAW?
  12. I considered doing that but I wasn't sure how much more space the unzipped files would take on my spare drive. Oh well, too late Hopefully I don't have to reinstall this stuff anytime soon again.
  13. I have noticed similar issues where separate MIDI clips are created if there is a measure between notes. Really annoying, I'm hoping they change this.
  14. That's a fair argument. Never tried Jamstix because I read that it's really difficult to use... Maybe I'll try it. I do like the sound of AD2 although I'd like some more electronic or hybrid kits available for it as well. Still, I think AD3 will greatly improve the MIDI aspect. I don't need an AI drummer necessarily but I would like much better way to create variations, different complexity levels, fills, etc. Something more like Groove Agent or MDrummer in that aspect.
  15. No way. AD2 sucks for building drum tracks, the MIDI browsing and making variations. I want them to make AD3 to address this. Using other tools to make grooves defeats the purpose of having a drum instrument.
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