don1thedon wrote:Although purchased before Christmas I've only really tinkered with BFD3 to date.
One of the improvements I do note is it appears like it has very powerful capability with respect to editing the midi grooves & construction of tracks. To date I've alway done this type of work in my DAW (currently Studio One 2) but I was wondering if people are finding BFD functionality sufficient to support their construction of songs as it is more of an integrated/complete approach. Does anyone have any thoughts/comments on the best approach to this?
Novikthewise wrote:If i use the internal Goove Editor mainly depends on the DAW i am working with. I work with Cubase and Studio One. I use Studio one almost exclusively for pure Audio stuff. When it comes to midi i use Cubase. I find working and editing Midi is far better done in Cubase. Studio one is lacking alot with midi i find. For instance the drum editor is basically a piano roll editor. I don't like that approach for drums as the length of the notes doesn't matter. The humanizing function in Studio one isn't very flexible as well. you can not use velocity randomisation and position randomisation seperately.
I do everything in the drumeditor of cubase as i find its easier and faster than the BFD3 ones. Editing velocities and such.....The quantizising Funktion is better in my opinion as well.
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