Toontrack – Superior Drummer 3 3.0.1 + SDX Core Basic Sound Library (STANDALONE, VSTi) [Win x64]

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Toontrack – Superior Drummer 3 3.0.1 + SDX Core Basic Sound Library (STANDALONE, VSTi) [Win x64]

the next update of the professional virtual drum kit from Toontrack Music. Superior Drummer is the simplicity of the EZdrummer interface with an expanded set of functions: a new mixer, built-in effects (equalizer, filters, gate, compressor, developer), etc. Superior Drummer is a professional drum flagship sampler from Toontrack Music.

With its excellent sounding demo mechanism, its phenomenal realistically spatial sound and its unrivaled extensive feature list, it does set a high standard in modern digital drum production.
Basic Sound Library (44.1 kHz / 24 bit) All instruments, all tools and all articulations in direct microphones as well as the OH Dyn and Amb Ribbon channels. Bleed available in Snare Bottom, OH Dyn and Amb Ribbon channels.
Superior Drummer 3 FAQ
WILL MY PREVIOUS SDX WORK IN SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3 ??
Yes! All SDX libraries will work as usual in Superior Drummer 3. In addition, they have all been updated with new graphics for the Superior Drummer 3. The only exception is the original DFH Superior 1. This library is incompatible with Superior Drummer 3.
WILL MY S2.0 PRESET WORK IN SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3?
All presets can be loaded into the new Superior Drummer 3 software.
WILL ALL MY MIDI WORK IN THE SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3?
Yes, all MIDI from any source or installed Toontrack MIDI, EZX or SDX package will work in Superior Drummer 3.
DELETE, SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3 INSTALLED SUPERIOR DRUMMER 2?
After the release of the Superior Drummer 3, Superior Drummer 2 will no longer be sold. However, the installation of Superior Drummer 3 will NOT remove Super Drummer 2 from your system. You can use both programs on your computer at the same time. This means that all the old projects created by you using Superior Drummer 2 will not be affected in any way.
DOES THE NECESSITY OF THE REQUIRED FULL LIBRARY INSTALLATION AT 230 GB?
No, the whole sound library is divided into 5 parts, which can be installed separately (depends on your needs). With this, the base part must be installed.
The sound library of the Superior Drummer 3 was recorded in such a way that it is compatible to output sound in different formats. In particular, this means that engineer George Massenburg has posted several additional microphones in such a way that it is possible to get 2, 5, 7, 9 and 11-channel systems. Toontrack understands that most users do not have multichannel systems in their studio, so for ordinary users the multi-channel environment found in the mixer can simply be output through your two speakers. Therefore, if your setup has two speakers, each channel in the mixer will work for you (they will all be output through your stereo speaker set)! If you have a surround sound setting, all the channels in the mixer will also work for you, and you can output the surround channels in the mixer to your dedicated surround speakers.
WHAT IS .1 IN MULTI-CHANNEL MULTI-CHANNEL SYSTEMS?
This is the common industry terminology applied to the LFE channel (low-frequency effects). The LFE channel is a channel that is intended only for low-frequency audio information, which is within 120 Hz. To use the .1 LFE channel, the engineer creates a send (channels on channels with low-frequency information below 120 Hz) and sends the desired number of these audio channels to the LFE channel.
An analogue of how the .1 LFE channel is used will be reverb. The usual practice is to insert the reverb plug-in on the bus channel (aux), and then send the percentage of user-selected audio channels to this reverb bus, instead of outputting 100% of the signal to the reverb bus. This is how the .1 LFE channel works when mixing in surround mode. The engineer selects the volume of the audio channel that is sent to the .1 LFE channel. At the output, this channel is most often reproduced by a subwoofer.
For these reasons, the samples were not specially recorded as .1 LFE channels. If you mix in the surround, then you have to select the channels that you want to send to the .1 LFE channel, just like if you selected the channels that you want to send to the reverb bus.
WILL THE PREVIOUS SDX LIBRARIES WITH THE MULTICHANNEL MIXING SYSTEM HAVE COMPATIBLE?
No. Previously released SDX libraries will only contain the number of channels with which they were released.
WHAT TYPE OF AUDIO FILES CAN USE WITH A NEW TRACKER TAB?
The built-in standalone audio MIDI converter, known as the Tracker tab in Superior Drummer 3, works with the audio files of the reels in WAV, AIFF, FLAC, OGG and MP3 formats. Tracker works as with a multitrack system. Thanks to the intelligent tool recognition system, the Tracker can also extract several different individual instruments from one audio file (for example, mono or stereo mix from a drum kit). Tracker can recognize six classifications of tools: kick, snare, hi-hat, ride, toms and cymbals.
WHAT DO SUPERIOR DRUMMER 2 AND 3 DIFFERENT?
Installation
Install Toontrack Superior Drummer 3 with the installer, replace the Superior Drummer 3.dll file in your vst folder with the Superior Drummer 3.dll file from the Patch folder in the distribution.
Installing the Library: Because the installation files in the libraries are now disabled, they have been removed. The library can be added in the settings of the Superior Drummer (Settings), in the Libraries tab, where you must specify the path to the SL-SuperiorDrummer3 folder that is located in: downloaded distribution \ Toontrack.Superior.Drummer.3.v3.0.1.WiN \ SL-SuperiorDrummer3_SDX_Part1 and specify the folder SL-SuperiorDrummer3 (see spoiler “Screenshots”).


Year / Date of Issue : 09.2017
Version : 3.0.1
Developer : Toontrack
Developer’s site : Toontrack
Format : STANDALONE, VSTi
Bit depth : 64bit
Tabletka : present
System requirements : 64-bit Windows 7 or newer, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended), 64-bit host

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