There are no good drums with Mixcraft?

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Re: There are no good drums with Mixcraft?

Post by evrardo » Mon Apr 07, 2014 12:30 am

aquataur wrote:Have you looked in to something like EZdrums? This plugs into Mixcraft seamlessly.
They are about to release a new version next month, I expect them to drop the prices for a limited period of time.

There are plenty of other powerful packages like that.
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Hi Aquataur,
yes Ezdrummer seems to be a good software.... but for rock, blues, jazz, electronics drums.
And I am looking for african anf afrocubans percussions.
With the upgrade in Beatcraft, there are a lot and quite good....But impossible to export them in the Mixcraft Virtual Instrument.
Ah, no, I have just seen Latin Percussion. It should be interesting.

And you say it's possible to plug them in Mixcraft?
How you do it?
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Re: There are no good drums with Mixcraft?

Post by Tiasdad » Mon Apr 07, 2014 6:50 am

Vibrant Audio wrote:Hi evrardo,

You can render the patterns and sequences from Beatcraft into audio files. Then, drop those audio files into Mixcraft.

Unfortunately, you cannot use Beatcraft in Mixcraft directly as a Virtual Instrument.
In easier terms, create your beat in Beatcraft and save it as a wav file. Import this wav file into an audio track in Mixcraft and use the loop tools to make it last the song through ;)
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Re: There are no good drums with Mixcraft?

Post by evrardo » Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:21 am

Tiasdad wrote:In easier terms, create your beat in Beatcraft and save it as a wav file. Import this wav file into an audio track in Mixcraft and use the loop tools to make it last the song through ;)
Hi, yes, this is what I'm doing now. But it's not the same thing.

The wrong with Beatcraft is that you have no zoom, and when you are doing a long sequence, it's a bit difficult to come and go in this sequence.

Do you know if it's possible to import Virtual Instrument in Mixcraft?
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Re: There are no good drums with Mixcraft?

Post by Mark Bliss » Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:37 am

evrardo wrote:
mbliss wrote:There's also some discussion and tips in this thread that you may find useful-
http://forums.acoustica.com/bbs/viewtop ... 12&t=15330
I have downloaded your sample, to learn how you have made all this.
Keep in mind, this is but a very basic outline, intended to get you started and present some ideas for this method.
evrardo wrote:One more thing: when we get in Mixcraft, we don't need anymore Beatcraft, isn't it?
That is one method, there are many.
evrardo wrote:Do you know if it's possible to import Virtual Instrument in Mixcraft?
If you mean Beatcraft, no, its not a VSTi
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