Steven Slate Drums 5 Drum Replacement Software
Steven Slate Drums 5 Drum Replacement Software makes editing your drum kits a breeze. This is the most complete drum instrument on the planet!
Select individual drums, customize the mics and routing, choose your MIDI maps, customize your velocity and dynamic curves for each drum, and build your custom tone exactly as you want it.
SSD5’s mixer allows you to get the perfect mix of your drums, with easy access to ambient room mics and close mics. It allows you to easily route your drums discretely to your DAW so you can use your favorite plugins to get the ultimate drum tone. We also added a new master volume control to the entire plugin.
Customize your MIDI Map with SSD5’s completely reworked MIDI MAP converter. Everything in a kit preset is easily mappable and re-mappable plus you can quickly load mapping presets.
Steven Slate Drums 5 Drum Replacement Software Features
- All New User Interface Built from the Ground Up
- New Master Volume Engine Control
- New SSD5 Physically Modeled Drum Playback Algorithm
- Deluxe 2 Drum Library Adds 50 New Instruments
- 111 Snares, 103 Kicks, 115 Toms
- 16 Hi Hats, 49 Crashes, 10 Rides, 3 Splashes, 5 Chinas
- Percussion Pack of Cowbell, (1 Clap 1 Tambourine 1 Cowbell)
- Analog Processed and Unprocessed Samples
- Famous “Artist Modeled” Kits
- Drumkit or Pad Cells View Allows Up To 32 Drum Instruments
- Completely Reworked Routing/Mapping System
- macOS Support in AAX/VST/AU Formats
- Windows Support in AAX/VST Formats
Steven Slate Drums 5 Drum Replacement Software Includes
- 103 Kicks
- 111 Snares
- 115 Toms (21 sets)
- 16 Hi-Hats
- 10 Rides
- 49 Crashes
- 3 Splashes
- 5 Chinas
- 13 Various Percussion (Including 1 Cowbell)
- 4 SFX
Steven Slate Drums 5 Drum Replacement Software Requirements
- macOS 10.8, or Higher
- Windows 7, or Higher
- 1024x768 Screen Resolution, or Higher
- 4GB RAM, or Higher
- Intel or AMD CPU 1Ghz, Or Higher
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Just used a few times, but having a blast with this software. I think you can get the sound you need with all the adjustments possible.
I own these and use them. I own a smaller commercial studio but use them mostly for personal compositions. They are an absolute great writing tool. Easy to get great sounding drums up in a hurry. I've tried several others and found these to be far better. I prefer live drums in final songs but have used these to supplement on several occasions with great results. The only issue I have is I wish it was easier to pan. Doesn't seem to be possible on the mixer section. It's not really hard but doesn't seem to be as intuitive as it should. Certainly not a reason to discount these. They are certainly worth it.
I love this set! I have BFD2 along with the Joe Baressi Evil Drums, Jazz n' Funk, 8Bit Kit expansion packs, which are awesome in their own right, but it takes a lot of work to get those collections as professional sounding as these. I can quickly get an idea of what the final mix will sound like with SSD3.5. As much as I love SSD, I have a couple complaints: I haven't been impressed with the hi-hats. the detailed nuances of the hi-hat just don't sound very natural to me on V-Drums. More levels of sounds between open/closed hi-hat positions are needed. I am hoping the upcoming SSD Deluxe expansion packs improve upon the hats. My other main complaint is the interface. I much prefer the slicker BFD2 interface. I am looking forward to the Steven Slate BFD2 expansion pack (if it ever materializes) since that will give the best of both worlds. These complaints aside, this is an incredible drum program and a must own for anybody doing music production with acoustic drums!