How To Use Third-Party Samples in SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3


Toontrack’s Superior Drummer 3 is a marvel of a plugin. It does everything that Superior 2 did, and they’ve added a gaggle of incredible new features that make getting the perfect drum sound even easier. The one we’re going to take a look at today is the ability to import your own custom or third-party samples into SD3. It’s extremely easy to do, and it’s a very powerful addition to SD’s production capabilities.

If you’re looking for more in-depth info on how SD3 works, check out my series of Superior Drummer 3 tutorials.

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