lasteno wrote:A Better Hi Hat "Transition Model" .. more like SD3 or SD2..
the only reason I use more Toontrack SD3 is for that, the Hi hat Variable Response is Amazing in Toontrack..
You Can Hit in Full Open.. and the close the Hi Hat Pedal to the half after the hit, and it Emulates those "Fade Out" from those.. specific Regions of the Hi hat .. Amazing in Toontrack..
You Hit Close and after open the hi hat and hear those fades too..
you can hit anywhere with any position on the hi hat pedal.. and then move fast the Hi Hat pedal after the Hit and hear
the fade outs from those (regions of the openness of the Hi hat,,
much more realistic programing there on the Hi Hat from Toontrack than in BFD3..
O wish BFD3 could react that way too.. I will use more BFD3 than SD3 then.
Studiostriver wrote:Here is one dead simple but seemse no one mentioned it.
Please for godsake make snare hit higher volume to match rimshot which sound more explosive and at least for 40% luder making it extremely hard for editing.
and snare hit at 127 sounding very unfocused like it need more exitment compare to rimshot with on higher volume above 100 sound blasting (which is good thing), but cant used it in combination with snare hit cause in too low volume and sound drasticly mellow at the same volume.
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