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Old 11-08-2018, 05:50 AM   #41
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There's another alternative to Drumgizmo.
You can go to AVLinux home site and download their Avl Drumkits (lv2) which you can run using Carlavst or you could download the SFZ version and run them using any soundfont player.
Then you could use MegaBaby (js plugin) to create your drum beats.

If you want multi outputs then you'll need to run it using Carla.

http://www.bandshed.net/avldrumkits/
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Old 11-08-2018, 05:53 AM   #42
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Also, Avl Drumkits (lv2) works fine with lv2vst in Reaper.
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Old 11-08-2018, 07:23 AM   #43
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Also, Avl Drumkits (lv2) works fine with lv2vst in Reaper.
Thanks for letting me know this, I'll try it tonight when I'm back home.

Another choice would be to create a drumkit using Resamplomatic5000 and use MegaBaby or you can download their Sforzando SFZ files and load each instrument separately using SFZ plugin.

Another great kit is Big Mono from Analogue Drums.
https://www.analoguedrums.com/

Another great kit is the SM Drums which had been setup for Reaper (Using Resamplomatic5000) and they even created a template you could use with MegaBaby (there's even a sample created)

https://smmdrums.wordpress.com/for-reaper/

So many choices... Enjoy!
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