Re: Sorry, but you can not understand my point ...
CLASS wrote:Sorry, but you can not understand my point ...
If you just take two samples:
SNER - package of BFD-2
SNER - new extensions ...
Now playing on the keyboard all the sound separately and feel the difference in sensitivity of the sample ...!
If you go to the library of computer files - the method used up to see different extensions
The system of sounds that come with BFD-2 in terms of layers.
No one is disputing the fact that there will be a difference between 96 and 256 velocity layers.
If there wasn't a difference then platinum samples and others would be out of business in a few weeks.
As I said, you can't upgrade the data/samples that ship with BFD2. If you're not happy with 96 velocity layers
you will need to get your self some expansion packs.
As I said, the Deluxe expansion kit has (up to) 128 velocity layers as for other expansion packs you'll need to read the FAQ's.
I'm not sure if all the platinum Samples kits are 256 velocity layers or which ones are which ones aren't.
I'm my opinion certain styles of playing and styles of music will benefit more than others from the extra layers.
Punk and Metal probably doesn't need much more the 10 velocity layers '
The reason BFD2 comes with 3 install options, (light, medium & full) is because a lot of their customers struggle to
run BFD2 at 96 layers let alone 256.
I'm wondering are there any other "drumplers" out there that you know of that have more layers and detail
and if so which ones?
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