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Martin
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01 2009 19:35    
Nice drum VST
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pretty cool:

http://www.bluenoise.no/mydrumset.html


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D Vibe
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01 2009 20:05    
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Martin wrote:
pretty cool:

http://www.bluenoise.no/mydrumset.html


Yeah! Looks promising! Will check it, and the other ones on the page, out!


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Martin
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 03 2009 12:20    
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It has received nice reviews as well:
http://www.bluenoise.no/review1.html

Hovever, it has one really annoying feature, which is that the bassdrum is pannned all the way to the left. According to the webpages one should use the mixer of the host for panning each sample, but I cant get that to work with MT. Best workaround is to add ambience within the volume slider of the VST.

If anyone figures out how to pan the bassdrum in a more proper way, please tell!

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D Vibe
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 04 2009 20:23    
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Martin wrote:
It has received nice reviews as well:
http://www.bluenoise.no/review1.html

Hovever, it has one really annoying feature, which is that the bassdrum is pannned all the way to the left. According to the webpages one should use the mixer of the host for panning each sample, but I cant get that to work with MT. Best workaround is to add ambience within the volume slider of the VST.

If anyone figures out how to pan the bassdrum in a more proper way, please tell!

Smile


Hmm! I don't really remember now, but the pan effect does not work on VST's and MIDI devices, right?


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 05 2009 14:08    
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no, just tried it (I was unsure to) Sad


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