Subdue Sustain Using the Envelope4:15
Learn how to subdue the sustain of your drum sound using the Envelope function.
Subdue Attack Using The Envelope2:32
Luke explains how to tame unruly transients by using the attack parameter within the Envelope function.
Manipulate Kick/Snare Drum Sustain7:02
Learn how to adjust the sustain of a kick drum and snare drum using the Transient Designer.
Manipulate Kick/Snare Drum Attack4:36
Luke explores how to enhance or subdue the attack of your kick/snare using the Transient Designer. He then demonstrates how to manipulate the attack and sustain simultaneously using the Transient Designer.
Using the Envelope & Transient Designer Simultaneously2:14
Learn how to use the Envelope and Transient Designer functions together.
Subdue/Expand the Hi-Hat Room Sound6:11
Luke explains how to create a tighter or more ambient hi-hat sound.
Using Envelope/Fade Settings to Adjust Room Ambience7:40
Learn how to adjust the room ambience using the Envelope/Fade functions.
Manipulating Room Ambience with the Fade6:11
Adjust the "space" of the room by using the Fade function within the Superior Drummer 2 mixer.
Parallel Compression/Processing In Your DAW7:51
Parallel Processing 101: Luke explains how Parallel Processing works by demonstrating it within Studio One 3.
Parallel Compression/Processing In Superior Drummer 25:47
Learn how to utilize Parallel Processing within Superior Drummer 2 exclusively.
More Parallel Processing!11:14
Luke demonstrates how you can use Parallel Processing with already processed drums for more creative options. He then walks you through an alternative way to setup Parallel Processing within Superior Drummer 2.
Direct/Bleed Parallel Processing & Bus Routing11:19
Learn how to apply Parallel Processing to direct and bleed signals exclusively. Luke also explores how to apply Parallel Processing to the direct/bleed signals at the same time, with or without the original dry signal.
Studying/Manipulating Mixer Presets6:12
Luke explains the importance of loading mix presets within Superior Drummer 2.
Learn how to utilize the factory presets within Superior Drummer 2 as well as creating your own create brand new drum sounds. Luke aslo explores using Combined Preset settings from other libraries.
Auditioning Mix Presets Using Cached Mode7:36
Using the "cached" mode is helpful when auditioning mix presets.
Creating Discrete Cymbal Channels7:48
Learn how to create an exclusive channel for your cymbals for discrete processing and routing capabilities.
Enable All Bleed For All Channels11:11
Luke explains how to emulate the most realistic multi-channel drum recording session.
Using EZD2 Expansion Libraries1:51
An explanation of how to use EZDrummer 2 expansion libraries within Superior Drummer 2.
Luke Oswald reveals his killer techniques and secrets for getting the most out of Superior Drummer 2! In this comprehensive video tutorial series, he lets you in on some of his favorite workflow tips and tricks that you can’t find anywhere else.
Luke’s first group of videos cover sample manipulation, showing you how to decrease the sustain and tame transients of individual drum samples, how to enhance or subdue the attacks simultaneously, and how to use envelopes, fades, and room ambiance to shape your samples.
Next, Luke demonstrates the technique of parallel processing SD2, explaining what it is, and how you can achieve it in your DAW of choice.
Luke then focuses on presets, giving you tips on creating your own custom effects settings and chains, how to use factory and producer presets, and how to load and audition presets from other libraries.
After that, Luke offers a number of ideas for using extreme settings in Superior Drummer 2. You’ll learn the benefits of experimenting with pitch adjustments, multiple-hit emulation settings, compressor settings, and bus send settings.
Finally, Luke includes a few miscellaneous tips to round out the series, such as how to create discreet cymbal channels, enable bleed for all channels, and how to use EZDrummer 2 Expansion Libraries within Superior Drummer 2.
If you’ve started using Superior Drummer 2 and want to supercharge your workflow, don’t miss “Superior Drummer 2 Tips & Tricks”!
Submitted 1 year ago
What about the tips and tricks ?
Not really (really not ?) an interesting tuto from my point of view, especially because I've watched basic "Superior Drummer 2 Explained" before. Same tricks and tips Not much more. And I would say to the author: no need to dilute so much. The quality of your work and our ratings don't depend on video lenghth. We're applying for information not time connection.
I am a: Musician
Submitted 2 years ago
EXCELLENT AND USEFULL
INDEPTH WITH SD2 SKILLS, YET INTERRESTING FOR TOONTRACK USERS
I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Musician
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