Tama Copeland Kit

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  • Jay Coover
    Participant

    Unforgettable hihat by that guy too.

    SD 2.3 NY vol 2/Metal Foundry/C & V/Roots 1 & 2/Music City Latin Percussion/Funkmasters/The Classic/Jazz/Pop!/#1 Hits/Electronic/Twisted/Claustrophobic EZKeys 1.1 with all the trimmings

    jimknopf01
    Participant

    You name it!

    I think this set would fill a real gap in the Superior Drummer range. It should raise considerable interest not just for nostalgic reasons (the last Police tour still filled stadiums), but mainly because these sounds are simply very useful in many contexts nowadays just as well.

    Jason Hood
    Participant

    The addition of Paiste cymbals and 13′ hats would help plug a glaring hole in the TT library. Octobans are a bonus, however an Imperialstar would be a more accurate reflection of Stewarts sound. And an absence of James Brown funky drummer variations in the MIDI would be a relief as well. In fact if done right the Mid would be the biggest attraction for me

    Jay Coover
    Participant

    ORIGINAL: Hoody
    And an absence of James Brown funky drummer variations in the MIDI would be a relief as well. In fact if done right the Mid would be the biggest attraction for me

    I can’t disagree with anything up to this point. In plain English though, you’re then saying that if no James Brown midi were present it would make you want to buy some TT library, though not specific. I’m a little lost, because there is a lot of those [actual] drummers’ playing in the Funkmasters library, and I don’t think that’s what you really meant anyway.

    SD 2.3 NY vol 2/Metal Foundry/C & V/Roots 1 & 2/Music City Latin Percussion/Funkmasters/The Classic/Jazz/Pop!/#1 Hits/Electronic/Twisted/Claustrophobic EZKeys 1.1 with all the trimmings

    Jason Hood
    Participant

    Fizbin:
    Just wishful thinking that a new library in the vain of the OP’s request would contain some midi with cryptic titles alluding to Police songs ala C&V. Stewart Copeland being one of the most innovative rock drummers ever, never fell into the white boy funk trap.
    Maybe its me listening to the midi outside of tempo context, but its like groundhog day sometimes in regards to derivatives of the funky drummer beat. Which is why it would be nice for snare ghost notes to be assigned another layer

    Anyway, a retro 80’s SDX/EZX (more likely), Copeland Imperialstar (w/octobans), Pearl CZX (think Living Colours Calhoun), and maybe Yammie recording 9000 ( i know its already in their somewhere), would be most welcome

    jimknopf01
    Participant

    You are of course right about the Imperialstar as original setup. As keyboarder I mixed it up with a more recent list.

    Proper midi reflecting the Copeland legacy from Police songs should definitely be part of the package.

    Phenix 2
    Participant

    try the uk pop expansion (it was made for that ) or  change the pitch to a higher pitch of one snare drum in ezd 2

    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 !

    Phenix 2
    Participant

    it’s easy : )

    do the same and it will work

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qbk7ndy09vo

    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 !

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    djabthrash
    Participant

    The Superior Drummer 2 “NY Vol 2” SDX : “Hit Factory” library sounds very Copeland-ish actually.

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