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v922 Update Files Only
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by Samulis [Show all by] on 11 July 2021
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Download this file IF you have version 910 (initial release) and would like to update to version 922. Patch by extracting then copying the contents, so that the 'Programs' folder and other contents overwrite their existing counterparts. Be sure to Replace the existing files for the patch to work! If you have trouble with the update, you can download the entire library again above if necessary.

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steevcoco
steevcoco
21 July 2021 at 5:02pm

Really sounds awesome! Wish I could get it running in MPC (Akai Windows DAW).

Samulis
Samulis
21 July 2021 at 5:42pm

In order to load the Virtuosity Drums library, you need to first install the Sforzando player by Plogue. This will install a VSTi plugin, which as far as I can tell is fully supported by MPC, as well as a standalone application 'Sforzando' which can function without needing a DAW for quick playing around or live use situations.
https://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando.html

Once you get the Sforzando plugin window open inside MPC (or even in standalone application mode), you can drag and drop the 'Virtuosity Drums.bank.xml' file into it as discussed above and it will be registered for all future use when you click the 'Instrument' box in Sforzando.

See Page 120 of the MPC user manual for information on 3rd party plugins and plugin management, and Page 121 "Selecting Plugins, Instrument Plugins..." for step-by-step instructions on how to load/interact with the Sforzando plugin once installed:
https://www.akaipro.com/amfile/file/download/file/1020/product/85/

The process of loading and interacting with plugins is different for every DAW, so I am afraid I cannot give step by step instructions for that portion of the process. It may be beneficial to look online for videos of 'using 3rd party instrument plugins in MPC' if the MPC user manual is not sufficient.

hitchenson619
hitchenson619
7 January 2022 at 5:27pm

not necessarily a jazz guy but dang the cymbals and snare are great for heavier genres.

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