SD3 Preset that has a John Bonham sound and feel

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  • Phenix 2
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    one with 76 OR 1976

    LUDWIG

    You can subscribe to my free Youtube channel for the drums (so with a lot of Toontrack )
    > Check it out because there are a lot of demos !

    • This post was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Phenix 2.
    keith andrew
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    Yes the 76 kit is a good starting place but a bit boomy. Double that kit with something that has more attack, use a fair amount of compression, use all the paiste cymbals and use a lot of the room mics vs. close mics. Takes experimenting! I’d share a link I did on youtube but it got blocked in the US.

    Phenix 2
    Participant

    I have  the “big rock drums’ ezx”  : listen to the demos first (or with Youtube )

    if some sounds are in mono, if they sound dark with a lot of reverb

    don’t think it will be different  at home !:)  for me, it is not always raw and natural

    it’s a 70’s spirit so, not a bright sound

    for me the most realistic sound is in sdd3 or in ezd2 (the vintage presets are great )

    and alt- rock ezx can do the job too  (with a brighter sound)

     

    i have not sdd3 but the sounds are really great in the videos ! raw and natural 🙂

    You can subscribe to my free Youtube channel for the drums (so with a lot of Toontrack )
    > Check it out because there are a lot of demos !

    • This post was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Phenix 2.
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