Medal stuff is great but the the interfaces are hard to use and hard on the old eyeballs. Pity....ztrauq wrote: ↑Thu Mar 12, 2020 12:00 amMelda MDrummer can probably do it all and more... shame it's so convoluted to use that I spend more time trying to figure out how to do things in it than actually do them. Still, if you're willing to invest the time in learning it, there's a pretty impressive feature set. I still poke around at it from time to time, but for the moment XO and Punch 2 are the ones I'm generally working with...
Yeah, this looks like a really good candidate. Especially, if the sequencer is good! I really what a hassle free workflow (especially when making beats).
Heh! And I recently sold Ableton… Yeah, Abe is great for drums. Actually it’s a great DAW. But I really wanted to concentrate on just one (studio one). I found it a pain in switching from one to the other.
It’s been my goto for some years now… But it’s lack of support is a bit scary. Also, I just wanted to see what’s about in 2020. How do you think it compares to Nerve?revvy wrote: ↑Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:34 amGeist 2 is a sampling drum machine and IMO nothing comes close.
Unfortunately, as I was pissed off when FXp dropped support for some older plugs. However they've recently updated, not include it in the 'discontinued' list and Angus FX stated on here that it's part of their future. So for me anyway, my own view of Geist, research into alternatives and the reply from Angus means I've stoped my search.
It ain't perfect but there's nothing better.
I have Drumcomputer and it’s a great piece of kit.
Looks like it does loads… Probably a bit too much in one way. I’m not really after a drum synth per se. Just something with an easy to use sequencer. I find Papen’s stuff very good but the user experience is a little lacking (if it’s like his synths).
Thanks for all the suggestions peeps!