evrardo wrote:What Jerry Byrd says is true, but don't mix the playing and the working.
Sorry If I did not make myself clear. I am not making clues as to how good your skills are.
I am saying, if you are not a drummer (who knows how to arrange drum pieces) you will have a hard time doing so, even if your drumkit (virtual or let alone real) was the best.
I am not aware of the limitations of the light version, but Studio Drums are great sounding. However I do not get too great results out of it, not because the drum kit itself is flawed, but because I am no drummer and do not really know the tricks of the trade.
evrardo wrote:And I hoped Mixcraft was one of the best. I feel disapointed now.
I have no stakes there, but maybe your comparison is not quite fair.
I only played with one competitor, which was cluttered and unusable to me.
I see other DAWs used by people who make money out of their business (I avoid the word "professional" because this says nothing about the quality of the product) and there are strong similarites. Some do have features I would like to see too, but let´s face it, look at the pricetag.
Look at a "pro" program. Does this dabble with drums? No. A DAW is a DAW. You´re getting this mixed up IMHO.