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tiago_en

tiago_en

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1 Posted on 02/11/2004 at 02:37:16
Hi
I'm a guitar player and I'm recording some things at home. I don't play with a drumer but I need the drums in the music. I record using Cakewalk Pro Audio. I would like to know what is the best way to create the drums in the computer. IS there a software that I can write the drums with musical theory (writing the notes in the sheet music)? Does it sound like a real drums?
Thankyou for your help.
Sam Spastic

Sam Spastic

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2 Posted on 02/14/2004 at 16:42:50
See my answer here.

http://www.studioathome.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=486

I love the NS Kit.
manowar

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3 Posted on 03/04/2004 at 15:18:41
I use the modplug tracker. It is good, but you'll have to find some good drum samples on the web. Or steinberg :)
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