From another forum based on our competitive analysis (and possibly already posted here, sorry if so):reggie1979 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:32 pmI've listened the demos and have found this very un-inspiring as a drum alternative. Now, I don't own it or have it but the demo's don't do it justice. Imo, of course.
If I'm looking for drums I'm looking for what IS NOT available elsewhere. Unless I'm way off there is NOTHING that is elsewhere of what is available. Therefor, for the price, I do not understand where this is special.
Please, feel free to correct me where I am wrong..................
- More included kits than most of the base packages of products we compared against.
- Smaller disk footprint and memory usage than most
- More effects than most, and derived directly from world-class products (T-RackS and AmpliTube)
- Convolution reverb included vs all but one we compared to
- More maximum kit pieces in a kit than all but one
- Shell customization which many don't have and MODO Drum is very deep customization overall, not just shell
- Interaction between kit pieces: Some don't have it at all, MODO Drum does and is part of the deeply realistic customization available
- Some don't have humanization whereas MODO Drum does
- Some don't have resizable GUIs but MODO Drum does
- Infinite velocity layers and round robin? None we looked at had those, MODO Drum does
- Fastest kit loading in the west goes to MODO Drum dominates the high noon showdown
- Real tuning modeling based on physical modeling characteristics? Only MODO Drum
- Interaction between drumheads modeled for most realism? Only MODO Drum
- No limitations of specifically-sampled signal chain - Again, only MODO Drum.
MODO Drum has selectable beat area on the heads, while offering the width, typology and materials modeling unlike others
- Kick beater typology and drum stick type modeling? MODO Drum appears alone here