2box forum: accident-free since the last one.
Started by Lustar, November 23, 2012, 10:52:32 PM
Quote from: RockStarGate on November 28, 2012, 12:59:12 PMAWESOME PROGRAM! I bought the full version last weekend, only $20, and it's simply amazing. FANTASTIC job Lustar! 5 STARS!Anyone who's thinking about purchasing it should go for it. I converted every drum, cymbal and HiHat in Metal Foundry, Avatar and Custom & Vintage to .dsnds and even did a few full kit Sneep presets.Lustar was extremely helpful getting everthing going for me, I had a few problems at first but he always responded to my emails FAST!Reward Lustar for his hard work and BUY SDSE!
Quote from: roel on December 10, 2012, 05:14:41 PMDoes anybody have some Superior Drummer 2 DSND Samples in his 2box module now, how does it sound?
Quote from: Lustar on December 10, 2012, 08:46:34 PMLundin: you'll need two 32GB cards to fit all those SDX! roel: I was going to redirect you to this topic from Jman with a video of his first 2Box demos including SD2 kits http://www.2box-forum.com/index.php?topic=912.0 but saw that you replied to it last year If you were concerned about how they sound when exported using SDSE in particular they sound the same as the .dsnd we used to export manually, it's the same process only faster and easier.Murgen: You'll need SDSE and Reaper on the same Windows computer but you should be able to save the .wav and .dsnd files directly to the NAS by setting "Path to destination files" to you network drive in SDSE.ini.
Quote from: Lustar on December 11, 2012, 09:38:22 PMAbout posting dsnd samples, Toontrack is kind enough to allow personal use of those samples but we're not allowed to distribute them.Love the 2Box too
Quote from: Lustar on December 12, 2012, 08:47:36 PMIf you have a computer with Windows you'll find that it is really easy.You will need to install Superior Drummer 2, Reaper 4, DSoundTool 1.12 and SDSE.Make sure to start DSoundTool using settings posted hereHere's how you would export from Superior Drummer 2 to .dsnd once you have everything set up:- Open Reaper and load the SDSE.rpp project if it's not already loaded (File, Open Project), open DSoundTool, open SDSE.- Enable the drum instruments you would like to export in Superior Drummer 2- click "All" in SDSE (or press F1) then wait. When it's finished you will find your new .dsnd in the SDSE folder.Once you have exported your first .dsnd there are a lot of settings you may be interested in changing to suit your needs, like the destination path of the newly created .dsnd. The included readme contains more details. Please contact me by email if you need more help getting started.