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Superior 3 - urgent stacking question
November 4, 2017
10:59 pm CET
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tihinter
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Hi! I'm quite new to SD3, but I'm already loving it! Great product! One question: I desperately try to stack some my own clap sample to a fully loaded kit in SD3. It seems to be no problem, importing audio is easy and it plays. BUT: How on earth could I get my clap to sound with more than one articulation of the loaded snare? I mean, If I stack the clap on top of the "Center" articulation, it sounds great, but as soon as I play on the edge of my e-drumpad (Roland TD20), the clap is gone. Sure, on the side stick I won't need the clap, but on center, rimshot, edge and mid center I surely want it. Can I copy a stack to other articulations? As far as I can see, I can only move it!?
What is that "CC/Triggers" part of the articulations menue? Sorry, I couldn't find any info in the manual so far.
BTW, same goes with preset library sounds, like if I want a lower sounding snare drum underneath a highpitched one. How can I make sure that several selected articulations are loaded?
And one more thing: could you please make "Soft Hit Level" default at minimum for own audio sample imports, with the next SD3 update? My own sounds are always too undynamic and way too loud after import.
And one last thing: It would be great to have a pre-liten function, while browsing though my own samples on my harddisc. I find it very annoying to first listen to the samples in a different player on my laptop, and then going back and scroll down through endless lists of wav files insinde SD3, looking for my sample.
Thanx in advance for your help, and thumbs up for your great product - the sound that George created is incredibly great! I wish it was 96k, since I really rarely work in 44.1k anymore, nowadays.

November 6, 2017
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tihinter said
How on earth could I get my clap to sound with more than one articulation of the loaded snare?

Currently you have to add the same sample to all the articulations you want it to be stacked on, one by one. We have gotten requests of making this easier, and we'll see what we can do about it!

tihinter said
What is that "CC/Triggers" part of the articulations menu? Sorry, I couldn't find any info in the manual so far.

This is a special articulation, which triggers (plays) other articulations. What other articulation that it triggered depends on the CC value. A normal usage of this is for hardware e-drum kits that sends a CC value that depends of the openness of the hi-hat. If you don't use an E-kit, nor have MIDI files with CC values, you won't need those articulations and can just disregard them.

tihinter said
BTW, same goes with preset library sounds, like if I want a lower sounding snare drum underneath a highpitched one. How can I make sure that several selected articulations are loaded?

I don't follow you on this question, can you clarify? 🙂

tihinter said
And one more thing: could you please make "Soft Hit Level" default at minimum for own audio sample imports, with the next SD3 update? My own sounds are always too undynamic and way too loud after import.

I noted this as a feature request.

tihinter said
And one last thing: It would be great to have a pre-liten function, while browsing though my own samples on my harddisc. I find it very annoying to first listen to the samples in a different player on my laptop, and then going back and scroll down through endless lists of wav files insinde SD3, looking for my sample.
nowadays.  

This has been requested before too, and we'll look at this as well. In the meantime - you don't have to scroll for the audio file in superior drummer 3. When you have found it by scrolling your hard drive, simply drag and drop it to the Drums tab of Superior Drummer 3!

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