I suggested a, pick n mix" option with kits
but the argument against was a pretty good one and that was that they would run out of serial numbers and it would create a licensing nightmare.
[/quote]SNAFU wrote:Ah - BFD3 Can't wait for that - rumour has it that is to be released in a not too far future
As I said before: I really like the kicks, snares and toms of any Yamaha kit but couldn't find some Sonor stuff; some of my favourite bands use sonor, and I really would likt to see if can create a drum sound similar to those, having the same "material". Besides: I used to play a Sonor kick a few years ago, and I still love that sound.I suggested a, pick n mix" option with kits
You're my man, Steve. That's just what I meant.but the argument against was a pretty good one and that was that they would run out of serial numbers and it would create a licensing nightmare.
-nahh, there must be a different way than that I guess a clever mind would find a way to realise this without the licensing nightmare; well, I'm not an IT-freak, but I think there could be other options for that for sure...
But sure, viewed at it from this point I can clearly follow.
I'd definitively spend some money on single kit pieces from time to time - I surely would
Platinum Samples wrote:I think it's a safe bet to assume we've recorded new content for BFD3
I think it's a safe bet to assume we've recorded new content for BFD3
We're keeping backward compatibility as much as we can, yup, and the new stuff forms a superset of functionality. Old packs go through an automated upgrade process.
On the Yamaha front - it may *seem* Yamaha heavy in the last few years, but not really - the early years of BFD1 were Yamaha light, late 2000's we then did a Yamaha recording session with a plan to release an all-Yamaha big pack of the DLX/JNF scale, but...
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