In ableton live 9
in "Places" I "Add Folder" and navigate to the top directory where DrumMicA installed,
I add DrumMicA to a Midi track.
I bring up the Kontakt panel with DrumMica, Go to the Beats tab, and audition the beats directly in Kontakt. If I like it, I drag from the Places DrumMicA\Midi folder to a track or cell. It's simple to build up tracks.
In Sonar, it's even easier and you can set the default Midi player to be Kontakt DrumMicA, when click to audition a loop in Sonar it plays through DrumMicA, and you can directly drag.
Switching the mics around in DrumMicA is cool. Sometimes the drums are good solo'd but a little heavy in the mix. Instead of cutting the overall volume swapping a mic around gives a lot more options.
It does need more drum samples. Hope they add a few more in the future, but for now it is a great kit. Jazz, Funk, Rock, Reggae, ...
Free - insane!
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