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    Been tryng this " https://en-us.sennheiser.com/drummica " in sawstudio and it seems to work ok. Apparently it's been out for a while, just thought I'd mention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reujonik View Post
    Been tryng this " https://en-us.sennheiser.com/drummica " in sawstudio and it seems to work ok. Apparently it's been out for a while, just thought I'd mention.
    Hi
    Reujonik,
    Are you using this in Windows 10? It looks pretty impressive... and the price is certainly good.

    Thanks for the tip.

    Richard
    Green Valley Recording
    My cats have nine lives; my life has nine cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Rupert View Post
    Hi
    Reujonik,
    Are you using this in Windows 10? It looks pretty impressive... and the price is certainly good.

    Thanks for the tip.

    Hi Richard,
    My studio pc is still on windows 7 and it's stable on it. Sounds great and free to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reujonik View Post
    Hi Richard,
    My studio pc is still on windows 7 and it's stable on it. Sounds great and free to try.
    Thanks... I'll give it a shot.
    Richard
    Green Valley Recording
    My cats have nine lives; my life has nine cats.

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    Bummer

    I tried it in my system and as it was attempting to do its updates.
    it just stared at me for six hours acting as it was updating.
    Reloaded a few times to no avail.

    Was looking forward to give it a try.

    Warren Goold
    Warren @ The Masters Tracks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    Bummer

    I tried it in my system and as it was attempting to do its updates.
    it just stared at me for six hours acting as it was updating.
    Reloaded a few times to no avail.

    Was looking forward to give it a try.

    Warren Goold
    I didn't have that problem. I downloaded the program from the site, installed it and at no time did it attempt to update. Found the vst dll's, put them in the saw vst folder and everything's ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reujonik View Post
    I didn't have that problem. I downloaded the program from the site, installed it and at no time did it attempt to update. Found the vst dll's, put them in the saw vst folder and everything's ok.

    I downloaded it (5.1Gb took a while) it came down as drummica.iso (to large to burn to a nomal DVD) expanded it to a directory and installed it from there.
    as it is a NI Kontakt instrument I do not see any .dll files all i can see in the Kontakt library is DrumMicA with 2 Instrument files DrumMic'a! V1_0 en.nki (english) and DrumMic'a! V1_0 de.nki (German).

    Had a good play with it and I really like it, very versatile and flexible and usable definitely worth the effort (a true bargain)!

    Can't understand the reference to vst .dll files though?


    Cheers
    Robert V.
    www.shinustudios.com
    www.art2ear.com


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    Hi,
    Go to https://www.powerdrumkit.com/download76187.php . At the bottom of the page you have the choice of downloading either a 64 bit vst or a 32 bit vst. Open the downloaded zip file and copy both of these files:

    MT-PowerDrumKit.dll

    and

    MT-PowerDrumKit-Content.pdk

    into your VST plugins folder."

    I hope that works for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reujonik View Post
    Hi,
    Go to https://www.powerdrumkit.com/download76187.php . At the bottom of the page you have the choice of downloading either a 64 bit vst or a 32 bit vst. Open the downloaded zip file and copy both of these files:

    MT-PowerDrumKit.dll

    and

    MT-PowerDrumKit-Content.pdk

    into your VST plugins folder."

    I hope that works for you

    I thought this discussion was about DrumMic'a!

    But MT-Powerdrumkit looks interesting as well!
    Robert V.
    www.shinustudios.com
    www.art2ear.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertV View Post
    I thought this discussion was about DrumMic'a!

    But MT-Powerdrumkit looks interesting as well!
    Sorry for any confusion. I installed both of these around the same time. DrumMic'a runs solely on Kontakt 5 player and MT-Powerdrumkit by vst.dll.

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