Backbeat is great. I really wish there was a Backbeat II on the way
I know what you mean. Songs I produce using Backbeat instantly sound like records. It's a very well produced set of drum sounds. If you look at Backbeat on a spectrum analyzer, it's very flat... Well engineered and mixed. Sounds great!
Nothing much to add to the other postings Joanne, except to say - watch the tutorials, they're the best in the business - download the 1.5 update; lots of extras there.
Like a lot of people I have very little ability in drum programming, so at the end of last year purchased Stylus RMX and immediately realizing what a special piece of kit this was, purchased Backbeat a couple of days later. That's really very good to me.
Hi Jp, thanks - I saw that recommendation also from Eric on the other RMX JAZZ inquiry thread. Price is right and a good cause. It will be interesting to see what the New Orleans lib does vs. Backbeat.
You are drums challengned too? I would have never guessed that.
I think you are likely right just learning to use base RMX via the tutorials will help - along with the 1.5 update - so I'll wade through those.