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Better to use EZX in EZdrummer 2 or in Superior Drummer 2?
January 18, 2016
10:47 am CET
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fussybritches
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Are there advantages to loading an EZX into Superior Drummer 2 instead of into EZdrummer 2? Can SD2 make better use of the EZX than EZd2 can?

If yes, in what way(s)?

Thanks.

January 28, 2017
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Leon
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I'm curious about this too. I couldn't find any info about it.

January 30, 2017
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John
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Hi,

in short the advantages would be that you can edit and affect articulations individually, as well as control the individual bleeds in the microphones.
You will not access any extra instruments or articulations.
If you're an E-drummer, there are more options in Superior 2 for you as well.

I hope this helps,
John

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