Great tutorial. What’s the benefit to doing drums in midi? I’m in the habit of just dropping the audio straight into the arrangement. For me it feels a bit faster as well as easier to manipulate levels of the drum hits, reverse things etc. Just curious if there’s a real benefit to the midi/drum rack approach.
I like using midi as you can quickly shape individual sounds with envelopes etc. also drum racks hot swap lets you quickly audition alternative samples very quickly acrross the whole arrangement. Also if you ever wanted to play a part in live it would need to be midi. I find it easier to edit midi notes rather than samples. there are pros and cons for both im sure tho.
Has anybody run into problems with this tutorial where the video and audio are SUPER desynced? I’m watching “Drums Part 3” and the gap is so large it’s hard to watch the video. (Have tried with both Safari and Chrome).
Have checked it here - all seems good. There was a very very slight issue in vid 3 with sync, like sub frame, when the audio card used introduced a few ms of latency, but its all good from video 4 onwards as he changed audio cards. Hope this helps
Vid 3, its killlling me that you don’t show how you made the claps/ maybe cl-hat pattern??
i know my way around claps but you just dragged in some “Blandy Break”.
did i miss something? would be really cool to get the full visual on how everything is made.
some unrealllll learning curves from this vid though.
killing me that i can see that clap pattern in full scope…actually lost sleep over it!