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building loops
November 22, 2016
11:50 am CET
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graham13clark
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Hi guys. Been using the demo version of ezdrummer 2 and while it's an amazing bit of kit, I'm finding it difficult to build loops from scratch. I'm used to software where there's a timeline and you can drag and drop the samples to the exact spot you want them. Would Superior Drummer be a better choice for me? Does that have a similar feature?

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