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Old 03-04-2017, 08:32 AM
DonaldM DonaldM is offline
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Are there any MIDI files available for use with the Dark Side drum kits? Not being a drummer/percussionist I find it helpful to at least have a starting point to get a good rhythm going. Its easier for me to edit an existing MIDI drum track than create something from scratch.

I was also wondering if there might be another set of MIDI files available for SD2 in addition to the ones it came with. I found those really useful in getting things going for a composition. I edited them to death...but they make great starting points. Another set of these would be most welcome for us non-percussionists!
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Old 03-07-2017, 02:25 AM
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Are you a member of composercloud? ProDrummer(s) have loooads of midi grooves - not sure if you could use those/adapt them?

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Old 03-08-2017, 08:38 AM
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Use ProDrummer 1&2. There is so so so many midi file that you can drag the midi file from PLAY 5 to DAW. Then you can change the sound to The Dark Side

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Old 03-11-2017, 08:39 PM
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Have just been using ProDrummer for a week now, and it really has some great MIDI files.

Some real 'kick-ass' grooves, fills, and overall musicality that is easy to work with.

As with any MIDI drum files, you have to spend some time finding the perfect feel for your project.... but, that's the trade-off when not having a really great drummer in the room.

But, there aren't any weak links in ProDrummer compared to anything else out there.

Plus, I'm glad I use my Groove Monkey drum grooves that I had bought for 'Ministry of Rock'. They work fine with ProDrummer too.
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