Using my own samples in Drumazon

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kaloyan
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Using my own samples in Drumazon

Post by kaloyan » Sun Dec 27, 2009 5:16 pm

I'm sorry for this question.
It may seem foolish to you but I really wanna know if I can use my own samples in Drumazon, and if it is possible how can I do it?
Thanks in advance

LiquidProj3ct
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Post by LiquidProj3ct » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:56 pm

You cannot. Drumazon is a synth not a drumsampler :)

However you can route drumazon MIDI out to a drumsampler and load there your samples.

kaloyan
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Post by kaloyan » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:14 pm

Thanks @LiquidProj3ct. That was very useful information.
I'll be twice as thankful to you if you can recommend me a drumsampler ; )

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Post by LiquidProj3ct » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:29 pm

kaloyan wrote:Thanks @LiquidProj3ct. That was very useful information.
I'll be twice as thankful to you if you can recommend me a drumsampler ; )
Glad it helps you :)

I do it with Poise, $49, easy and fast, a with a very good workflow. It's my drumsampler.

You can use the free Shortcircuit 1.1.2 too. Or you can jump in the group buy for Wusik Station (before 2th Jan, hurry!), you will get tons of value for ~$70, and it has its own step sequencer. Some samplers, as DirectWave ($99), will be useful too as DrumSampler.

If you're looking for a BIG drumsampler with annoying copy protections and expensive (me don't!) try Battery or Guru.

I don't going to buy WusikStation it because my needs are covered with Poise (and I'd say that Poise is more inmediate that WS).

Best regards

kaloyan
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Post by kaloyan » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:02 pm

HUGE THANKS man.
I can't describe how useful that is to me :)
I simply want to use the drum machines like TR909 with my own samples.I love the tight way their loops sound.
I'll check the instruments you pointed.
Wish you all the best !!

LiquidProj3ct
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Post by LiquidProj3ct » Tue Dec 29, 2009 9:45 am

My pleasure, happy new year :)

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