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    Cool Free MMG Drum Kit Download!

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    This is a pretty dope kit if you don't already have it. Enjoy! MMG Drum Kit Free Download

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    thnx for the share!

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    Im trying to get this sound pack to work on protools, whats the best plugin to use for samples?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezmacc View Post
    Im trying to get this sound pack to work on protools, whats the best plugin to use for samples?
    Pro tools doesn't have a sampler?

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    I have no clue thats what Im trying to figure out. I think ill go back to using fl studio lol.

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    Yee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezmacc View Post
    I have no clue thats what Im trying to figure out. I think ill go back to using fl studio lol.
    You should give ableton a go, I started using it after FL, amazing!

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    Yea I tried ableton but the learning curve is pretty crazy coming from fl. Im sure I could get used to it but it would take a while.

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    it's really not that hard, you just have to learn how the arrangement view works, and how midi clips differ from audio clips, and it's pretty much the same as FL studio, like if you know how to use different effects such as delay or reverb, they all work the same no matter what DAW you use! but it takes a bit of getting used to, just force yourself to learn, it's worth it.

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