Superior Drummer 3 for Electronic Music? Yes! Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, takes you on an epic journey into using Toontrack Superior Drummer 3 for Electronic Music production in these creative and informative video tutorials. Adam welcomes you and gives an overview of what this series is all about and what to expect. He then jumps right in and covers topics such as electronic drum structure, what to listen for when choosing electronic drums, and creating a standard electronic drum pattern. Next you’ll look at how to import drums and save kits, create a build up using grooves and velocity, how you can use Tracker to learn unfamiliar genre rhythms, layering percussion over a bassline, use drum bleed as texture, tune kicks, offset claps and snares, humanize electronic drums with hit variation and more.
You’ll then get creative videos covering topics like using reverb predelay to turn a snare into an additional high hat, create velocity sensitive drum stacks from recordings you make at home yourself, and then combine them with MIDI groove sampling, and using pitch envelopes in “Pitch FX” to experiment with unusual sound design. But wait, that’s not all! Multiplier also shows you things like how to make layered clap stacks, add punch to a kick using a pitch envelope, create width with delay, create unusual rhythms by importing random samples into Tracker, rhythmically modulate drum bleed to add subtle rhythms to get the listener dancing along, and much, much more.