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Drum Machine Programs
Sir CarcassI have been shown the end of my worldAustin, TXRegistered Userregular
I'm interested in what you guys think are the best drum machine programs for the PC. I've mainly used Fruity Loops over the years. While decent, I feel like there is probably a better program out there. This is for modelling traditional drums, mainly for rock/metal. The ability to change tempo and time signatures mid song is a plus. It will definitely need to be able to be exported in some audio format, though I imagine they all do that. I use Adobe Audition for my recording, if it matters. Also the more good samples included (or somewhere to get them), the better. I'm sick of my tired old samples.
Any suggestions? I haven't recorded anything in the last several years, but I'm wanting to get back into it and figure now is a good time to look at a better drum machine.