Mixing And Matching Drumkits Tutorial in SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3


Toontrack’s Superior Drummer and EZDrummer lines are some of the best studio production tools available today for making realistic drum sounds without a drummer (or for augmenting acoustic tracked drums). So now that Superior Drummer 3 has been released, many Toontrack users are wondering how their old EZX and SDX kits can be integrated into SD3.

Worry not – not only can you load your old kits into SD3 whole hog, you can also drop individual kit pieces into SD3’s stock kits and presets very easily, and starting with a preset from Toontrack, you can build a unique kit that sounds awesome with very little effort. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how it’s done!

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