Learn everything you need to know about Trigger in this in-depth tutorial. DrFord shows you some before & after examples, then dives in to multi-track drum theory and how to get the best results when using trigger. He then goes section by section showing you the user interface and all of its features and functions.
DrFord wraps up the user interface, then applies what you've learned to the Snare and Toms and shows you how to turn a beatboxed groove into a multi-track drum part and more.
It's common knowledge that replacing "less than stellar" sounding drums in recordings is a popular practice in today's digital world. Arguably one of the most comprehensive tools for doing just this is Steven Slate Trigger. Studio guru DrFord takes you through this powerful and downright amazing studio tool to get your drums sounding like a million bucks, fast.
DrFord takes you step by step through this micro series focused on all the features and functions of Steven Slate Trigger as well as creative uses for this truly inspiring plug-in. You'll learn how to take your original drum track and have it trigger high-quality drum samples, all while preserving your original's subtle nuances and groove. You'll also see how to turn any audio source, such as beat boxing into a mic, into an amazing sounding drum track with only a few steps.
If you're ready to step-up your drum tracks to that major-release sound, look no further... Get "Trigger Explained" today.
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