Lbro44 wrote:The one nice thing about EZ is that there are a ton of expansion packs for it. I actually would have bought EZ back when I got Superior but EZ was 32 bit only at the time and Superior overcame that with native 64 bit plugs. Another nice thing about Toontrack is NO DONGLE! I hate them. They break, are easy to loose and a general pain in the butt.
Lbro44 wrote:So are you thinking of going with EZ2 or waiting (God knows how long - Would not trust Steiny support on it either) for GA4 to come out? Until Steiny puts out an official announcement I would not count on them bringing the goods to market. Maybe they will this year, but just as likely is the fact they may not.
monsterjazzlicks wrote:Yes, they you have a very good selection of expansion packs on offer for many genres of music. Dongles are a pain in the butt. I am on my 3rd one for my Steinberg eLicensor !
monsterjazzlicks wrote:I am happy to wait til at least the end of the summer. By then I should be quite fluent with GA3 if I continue as I am doing. But if I don't go with GA4 it will most like be EZ I can be almost certain.
Lbro44 wrote:I would think Steiny should post an update on the anticipated GA4 rollout date here pretty soon. Otherwise they stand to lose sales to people such as yourself who are in the market now for a new drum VST package. There is a lot of competition out there in the marketplace for such things.
Did you get a chance to look over my emails on what I sent you last night?
bluzkat wrote:I went through this thread and don't believe you haven't checked out Fxpansion's BFD 3! If you are still checking out demos... check out BFD 3
bluzkat wrote:Another thing you may want to check out in your search for drum VSTs are the midi files available through Groove Monkee. They have a wide variety of styles available and these are available formatted for the different drum programs.
Formats: Ableton, Addictive Drums, Abbey Road, BFD, Eco, EZdrummer, GM, Superior 2, Session Drummer, Steven Slate, Studio Drummer and many more!
SYNC wrote:I have, and have used several popular drum VSTi's...many already mentioned. My favorite is Toontrack EZDrummer & Superior Drummer, so many midi drum files to choose from, so many kits to choose from. It just makes sense to me, and is easy to use.
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