View Full Version : Desperate for rtas drum sequencer for pt 8.0.5!

01-08-2015, 11:34 PM
And I'm running out of time on a tech support ticket, expiring in 6 days!
System outline is: Dual core Intel E7500 proc, OS win7, 2GB RAM, M-Audio MIDI Sport 2x2 USB & M-Audio Delta 66 PCI intefaces. Running a fresh install after a rebuild; all OK, except: I want to try to spend not much above $100, and it need not be a plug-in, I'll work with a stand-alone drum sequencer, as long as it will port MIDI from it's patterns into PT 8 as well as audio, as I like to session-record both simultaneously. (Better edit capability)! ALERT: the on-board plug-in outputs ONLY audio, something that even had a tech puzzled with me today, until he made tests of his there-not porting MIDI. (I/O attempts useless).
I know RTAS gives me the post-proc, but usually costs out of this range; is that a user experience? Seems there's a LOT of shaggy freeware that's not what I need. I want plenty of patterns, live and techno, editing, etc, but if it's stand-alone, might there be some powerful choices out there? The VST ware I can't plug in certainly can deliver. What of both the RTAS plug-ins and the stand-alone options for purchase near this cost? Extant or no? I hope to buy & install before my support ticket runs out; most greatly appreciate, as a specific search of my version shows no earlier same posts. Thanks! I like bossa & jazz patterns as well as synth-ier stuff.

01-09-2015, 01:14 PM
google idrum


01-09-2015, 06:32 PM
Chris: Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! (Got my 10-day demo trial). You ended hours of frustrating searches! Both stand-alone and PT plug for the price is nice, I'll proceed to audit!

01-09-2015, 10:55 PM
other than using Boom once, i use Idrum on every remix i do.

I mostly use my own samples, and patterns, but there are great patterns built in and some great drum sounds. its very adaptable. Play it midi from Keyboard or QWERTY keyboard. use your mouse, or use a preset pattern and edit.

easy to understand and use.