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Re: Realistic drum programming/recording for songs

personally, i program everything in the piano roll. yes, it's time 
consuming, but with a good set of multisamples, you can get really good 
results. one approach you might think about if you prefer playing the 
stuff in is to get a small electronic drumset. you won't bother the 
neighbours and you can record the midi performance and put whatever sounds 
you like on afterwards.


On 4 Feb 2013, at 15:52, Buzap Buzap wrote:

> Hi folks
> I'd like to lay down somewhat realistic acoustic drums for song writing 
> purposes (pop ballads, funk, latin, world) in home recording environment.
> Currently, I program drums in Logic Pro. I also have an acoustic drum 
> set at work where I can play basic drum grooves that reasonably ok.
> However, I don't have a good sounding kit and have no experience 
> whatsoever with drum micing.