jackn2mpu wrote:I don't want or need to see the mixer all the time because it's something I didn't use in BFD2. I bought out all pieces to their own track in Pro Tools. Ditto for overheads, ambient and room mics. I treat sampled drums like I would real drums - each to their own track as much as I can. That way I can continue working with sampled drums like I would a real drum kit.Johnw123 wrote:I couldn't disagree more. Although BFD2 was easy to use and figure out BFD3 is far and away better and much easier to use. I'm not sure how they could have made is easier.
It loads kits faster. It has a simple library preview of drums. It has the mixer always in view and it sounds great.
It does not use the same work flow as BFD2 but so what. They found a better way to get the sound out that we are looking for. How is that and awful user experience? Its just the opposite.
If you like it then as my Klingon friends would say - Qapla!
I need to see the mixer. And I also send each piece out to its own audio track. You assume things that are not correct. I use Sonar. Some may know me as John in the Sonar forum.