Cymbal trigerring

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krickgpe
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Cymbal trigerring

Post by krickgpe » Tue Feb 02, 2016 1:55 am

Hi,
I'm interesting about Drumagog but I would like to know if triggering cymbal is working well? as I read it seem to be difficult to remplace cymbal...and can Drumagog works with Addictive Drums?
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Re: Cymbal trigerring

Post by Corey W » Mon Feb 08, 2016 10:25 am

Cymbal triggering does indeed work in Drumagog 5, but it is difficult and takes some fine tuning. Cymbals tend to have a lot of bleed on their tracks from other drums as well as other artifacts and long decay times that can 'fool' the triggering engine in Drumagog 5. This is a difficult task in any drum replacement software, but it can be done.

-Corey

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Re: Cymbal trigerring

Post by krickgpe » Fri May 20, 2016 1:06 am

Corey W wrote:Cymbal triggering does indeed work in Drumagog 5, but it is difficult and takes some fine tuning. Cymbals tend to have a lot of bleed on their tracks from other drums as well as other artifacts and long decay times that can 'fool' the triggering engine in Drumagog 5. This is a difficult task in any drum replacement software, but it can be done.

-Corey
Thanks, hihat is so difficult to?

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Re: Cymbal trigerring

Post by Corey W » Fri May 20, 2016 6:54 am

Hi Hat replacement tends to be a little easier then overhead cymbals. We do include some extra tools for Hi Hat replacement in Drumagog 5 Platinum.

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