Video Tutorial - Arranging Multitrack Drums

The thought of working with Multitrack Drum Sessions may seem daunting to some of you, but it's really as easy as dragging and dropping.  This video, utilizing our Thick & Meaty Session, gives you a quick overview of how the sessions are configured, as well as some tips for creating your own drum arrangements inside of your DAW.  

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September 16, 2011 by Ryan Gruss
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clive

clive said:

Cool vid Ryan, to anyone not sure about these multipacks they are very easy to work with and give a good variety. looking forward to next one bud…

Ryan Gruss

Ryan Gruss said:

Thanks Clive!

Thomas Borghus

Thomas Borghus said:

Good video and great sounds – I really like the lofts products.
But how about crashes? there’s no crash after fills? – just one shot samples in five ‘velocities’ would be nice..?

Ryan Gruss

Ryan Gruss said:

@Thomas – Thanks for the kind words! We’re glad you’re enjoying our products. In regards to crashes, most of the sessions contain grooves that have crashes on the downbeat that can be placed directly after a fill. This is typically labeled in the folder name. But adding in some separate crash samples is a great idea that we’ll try to work into future releases. Thanks for the feedback!

Clive

Clive said:

Ryan on the note of suggestions i agree some crash samples would be nice, I have isolated the crashes in the main grooves as suggested but certainly having a seperate sample would be very useful. Also could you also think about some "stop endings, dunno what else to call them not having an ounce of drum skill in my body. Ideally a couple of snare type things, one short the other sort of snare roll to stop. Hey you know what i mean bud…lol

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