The Progressive Rock Method Part 8 - How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums: Tips and Tricks To Speed Up Your Work Flow

Part 8 of The Progressive Rock Method's How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums gives you valuable insights to improve your drum programming workflow from a drummer who's been programming drums for over two decades.

These tips will help you decrease the amount of time you spend programming and also improve the end result. In addition, you will learn how to avoid common pitfalls when using the techniques so your drum parts sound like they were played by a real drummer.

  • The less time you spend programming, the more time you can spend creating - this tutorial will help you get there
  • Learn how to ensure that spending less time programming doesn't diminish the quality of your product


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3 Responses to The Progressive Rock Method Part 8 - How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums: Tips and Tricks To Speed Up Your Work Flow

  1. Jeremy December 30, 2013 at 9:34 PM #

    Great series Brock! I really enjoyed it. Now if only I could play drums on my midi controller (I don't play drums well at all) I wouldn't have to use Logic's drummer! Looking forward to the next series from you!

  2. [email protected] January 9, 2014 at 4:38 PM #

    Excellent series!!!! Thank you! I learned a lot.

  3. Brock Jon February 25, 2014 at 11:30 PM #

    Thanks for the kind words!

    Jeremy -An inexpensive solution, what I use and enjoy, is the M-Audio Trigger Finger. http://www.amazon.com/M-Audio-Trigger-Finger-Control-Surface/dp/B000800B6U/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1393388862&sr=8-12&keywords=trigger+finger Otherwise, I really encourage you take time to learn to use what you have. They all take a minute to learn how to use, but once you do, your workflow speeds up exponentially.

    Catch you guys in the next series!

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