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Software, Mac OSX
Toontrack Superior Drummer v3.3.0 CE Update macOS-V.R Rev screenshot
Team V.R | 8 May 2022 | 572 MB
In addition to a massive library of raw sound material, Superior Drummer 3 introduces a unique design*, a streamlined workflow and countless features for powerful drum production in your computer. With Superior Drummer 3, you have control and creative power beyond the imaginable. Welcome to the future.

The ultimate framework for percussive sound design, including a comprehensive collection of drums, built-in mixer effects, drum audio to MIDI conversion and much, much more. Welcome to the future of drum production.

The idea with Superior Drummer 3 is to let you step into a virtual studio with the best possible raw material and mix options at your disposal to create drum sounds in an environment where only your imagination sets the limits. Combining the creative power of the sounds, the ambiences and the extensive set of features, Superior Drummer 3 is more than just a drum sampler – it’s a bottomless well of creativity. It bridges the gap between acoustic and electronic and lets you venture off into completely new sonic landscapes. This is the definitive tool for percussive sound design.

The Superior Drummer 3 core sound library was recorded by award-winning engineer George Massenburg at probably the world’s most quiet and ideal location for sampling, the Galaxy Studios in Belgium. The library boasts in excess of 230 GB of raw sound material captured in extreme detail. In addition to close microphones and several ambience positions, the Superior Drummer 3 setup also includes eleven room microphones set up in a surround configuration, for use in anything from stereo to 5.1, 9.1 and all the way up to 11.1 systems. In combination with the large selection of extra instruments added for stacking and sound design purposes, the sounds of Superior Drummer 3 give you an incomparable palette of options to craft drum tones beyond your wildest imagination.

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  Member 29.01.2020 49
Would yall rather use Toontrack oder Addictive Drums by XLN.
I really love Addictive Drums but am I maybe missing something with superior drummer?
  Resident 6.02.2016 8 383
depends what exactly you need,
I like GetGood Drums more than Toontrack or XLN
M1 Mac Mini (16GB/2TB), Reaper, ADI-2 DAC
  Resident 25.09.2020 82
my two cents here... techinically speaking Superior is far more better in terms of sound, sampling, articulations, workflow, etc... it's like having a drum-oriented DAW... cant make a fair comparision between the two imho... AD is in the same league as EZDrummer... they got their pros and cons but you can squeeze similar results from both...
  Resident 24.09.2014 4 256
I own both, unfortunately AD2 cannot use your own sample, and SD3 have more features than just replacing the samples
  Member 18.01.2014 350

So far everthing seems to work just had to add midi stuff back to data base

Mojave + Logic 5.1/ Studio One
" You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you do not trust enough "
  Resident 30.03.2011 211
DOn't understand. The update erase midi grooves?
  Member 18.01.2014 350
It dose not erase them they are still there just re add them to database its a bit tedious but they all work
Just 3rd party ones It seems

Just found the same in EZDrummer3
" You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you do not trust enough "
  Resident 25.01.2012 2945
after reinstalling the new SD3 patched version, yes, had to redo all midi additions, but EZX 3 midi did stay intact this time and rebuilt itself.
  Member 2.06.2021 3 83
Thanks ARM part of this release work?
  Resident 1.03.2014 7 997
the Comment has been Removed
Following the white rabbit...
  Member 18.03.2016 170
does this release require keygen I went back to 3.28.......the sdx plugs needed to be re authorized
  Member 15.11.2019 23
quote by willie potatoesdoes this release require keygen I went back to 3.28.......the sdx plugs needed to be re authorized

just installe it. it works
  Member 18.03.2016 170
thank you ..........
  Member 24.10.2013 153
Without AAX it is - ZERO
  Member 30.11.2016 14 550
The problems of the libraries in demo mode (unauthorized) has been solved? Thanks…
  Resident 30.03.2011 211
Yeah it works now!
  Resident 27.10.2011 318
If people are getting old libraries to work, what's the fix?
  Member 20.11.2020 132
Works fine no problem in Mojave/Logic
  Member 30.11.2016 14 550
Now everithing works...thanks!
  Resident 6.10.2011 1 517
Thanks! How's ARM native working with this version?
  Member 2.06.2021 3 83
This evening I tried SD running Logic in native mode. Doesn't work yet. Seems ARM part of the au plugin hasn't been cracked yet. Just like EZbass. Anyone else with similar experience of this release? Big Sur / M1
  Member 15.08.2016 292
Thanks for this. When opening a lot of the libraries, it crashes Ableton and logic. Also, cannot figure out how to get SD3 to see the EZD3 libraries- it says there are no sound files when I direct SD3 to those libraries. M1 Monterey.
  Member 2.06.2021 3 83
Do you run Logic in Rosetta mode?
  Member 15.08.2016 292
Don't think so. I mostly use Ableton.
  Member 18.08.2020 66
All working incl EZ Drummer3 libraries
2012 MBP running Mojave

-I've also just noticed that that this update of SD3 uses much less cpu than the latest EZDrummer 3 when using the EZ3's new kits!
  Member 9.04.2021 44
I'm still getting unauthorized libraries MacBook Pro, Big Sur (Intel). I've tried removing SD3 completely with UninstallPKG and fresh install of 3.3.0.
  Member 17.04.2015 115
works with m1 silicon monterey 12.3.1 logic 10.4.7

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