edwinstar wrote:I really tried, but now i have to admit: I am disappointed with BFD3.
I was a BFD Fan from the beginning and own BFD 1, 2, 3 and lots of Expansion Packs and used them on all of my Songs. I had to upgrade to 3 because of AAX.
At first (like so often) i was exited about the new GUI look, but after a while i thought "why all these changes" everything has a new name, is located somewhere else, the BFD2 Presets didn't import right, the Keyset was different and the Mixer was too complicated. I really started missing my old BFD 2, but couldn't use it in Pro Tools 11. Maybe I'm old, but I want a good thing to stay good!
So now, with a sad Eye, i tried something else: Superior Drummer 2. And funny, the good feeling is back again, without ever looking at the Manual, i found everything i need, and now I'm flying again.
So it's bye bye BFD3 for me. Does anyone else have the same experience?
Johnw123 wrote:As to the GUI I think its a no brainer. Its far and way better in every way.
I might challenge you on that statement, try loading a cowbell, or other percussion instrument and explain to me how seeing your cowbell as a Cymbal is better than what BFD2 did? (showed it as a cowbell image that is). There needs to be a percussion object/frame.
Drew_fx wrote:andyjh wrote:If you try to assign a drum that is already assigned to another key, you get both, and it's a lot of messing about to sort it out
I cannot reproduce that at all.
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