First Scarbee Imperial Drums Xl Demo!
A little appetizer - by creator simone Coen.
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That is absolutely stunning! I really love the sound of the snare (it all sounds great). Pretty cool little solo there, too. Now where is that debit card...
Wow, great sound.
The snare and hi-hat are fantastic.
Just a suggestion:
It would be great to have a more dry version.
Maybe by just offering adjustable release
or a second patch with less release or faded samples.
Are there more softer dynamics on the toms?
We you can certainly do all that. You have full control over ambience, overhead, snare under/over etc.Originally Posted by Chris Hein
and yes lot's of softer dynamics on toms.
I'm still looking for a rock drum library and your demo sounds the way I like it. Is it possible to control the hi-hat openess with mod wheel? Is a Kontakt version planned?
Scarbee Imperial Drums XL is a plugin engine with samples... no Kontakt version planned...Originally Posted by mixolydian
Of course you can control the hi hat openess with Mod-wheel, I might be wrong, but we were the first to have that on a commercial library...
Hi Chris,Originally Posted by Chris Hein
The demo you hear is made from the stereo preprocessed drums; you can either select the DRY version of the stereo drums, load the multimiced one, shorten the release on this very one (there is a direct control for that on the interface)...
Toms are sampled with 14 to 28 dynamics as far as I remember... you can also control the Velocity response on the ones which were compressed heavily before processing (the stereo ones, the multimic are totally dry).
Sorry for my stupid question. ;-)Originally Posted by Simone
I will use them all!
Aren't you afraid, that too many samples kill the CPU Power?
Will you use disk streming?
I had to do a light version of my library to keep it playable on every computer.
This sampling scheme is 2 years old and never killed any of my computers or users' computer CPU-wise.Originally Posted by Chris Hein
The Player uses disk streaming. RAM is an issue, for this reason the multimic drums (the biggest ones) have M, L, XL, XXL formats.
The stereo ones (the one the demo was made up from) are much less intensive... that kit I used eats some 250 MB: but when you put into account the steaming and the RAM Save feature of the plugin... there you go!