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Drum Sampler with repeat

Is there a drum sampler anywhere close to BM3 sampler, with a fast and easy note repeat? Meaning instantly playing 8th’s, 16th, etc. for hi hats

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  • koala's?

    what's wrong with bm3?

  • Nothing is wrong with it. It’s my go to. The other day though I started messing with Cubasis 3 after having for forever and not ever using it. I really liked it, but I don’t like drawing in hi hats for doing change ups. I prefer BM3’s way of doing it. I don’t plan on not using BM3, but it is fun to change things up sometimes. Just thought maybe there was something I don’t know about as far as drum sampler auv3 that I could use.

  • Logic Pro 2 for iPad also has note repeats as part of their control surfaces. You can even customize which of the divisions you want in which slot.

  • @drconfusion said:
    Logic Pro 2 for iPad also has note repeats as part of their control surfaces. You can even customize which of the divisions you want in which slot.

    Unfortunately my iPad is too old for it.

  • @Brad said:
    Is there a drum sampler anywhere close to BM3 sampler, with a fast and easy note repeat? Meaning instantly playing 8th’s, 16th, etc. for hi hats

    Go to keyboard mode and it’s there

  • @biggtiny said:

    @Brad said:
    Is there a drum sampler anywhere close to BM3 sampler, with a fast and easy note repeat? Meaning instantly playing 8th’s, 16th, etc. for hi hats

    Go to keyboard mode and it’s there

    Thank you!!! I’m still learning Cubasis 3 and didn’t see that. I appreciate it!!

  • @Brad If you have an older iPad, there's also Drambo. It still runs on iOS 12 and it has the Punch-In Looper and Punch-In FX modules that can be controlled by pads or keyboard.
    Unlike Cubasis 3, with the Punch-In Looper set to "Range", you can not only define the repeating speed but also e.g. determine on the fly which region of a loop to play, if you're interested in that.

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