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Old 11-05-2009, 07:32 PM
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Default Re: Strike! Update/Feature Request Thread

Great sounds but how about some automation as it relates to playing your song, maybe i'm just too new to strike but for the non midi guru, it sure would be nice to have a song section where i could tell it to play intro A for 2 measures then fill A for 1 measure then verse for 7 measures then fill for 1 measure etc. trying to play along and hit patterns at right time for 4 mins and maybe 20 changes is crazy and end up spending lots of time editing... many basic drum machines have this seems like they put in so much high level functionality that this easy GUI was left out. If there is a way and i'm just dumb, please enlighten me. Seems like the midi export has problems and is tougher for those like me not used to it. But i love 90% of the sounds.

Ps cymbals could be a bit better....
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Old 11-06-2009, 01:33 PM
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Great sounds but how about some automation as it relates to playing your song, maybe i'm just too new to strike but for the non midi guru, it sure would be nice to have a song section where i could tell it to play intro A for 2 measures then fill A for 1 measure then verse for 7 measures then fill for 1 measure etc. trying to play along and hit patterns at right time for 4 mins and maybe 20 changes is crazy and end up spending lots of time editing... many basic drum machines have this seems like they put in so much high level functionality that this easy GUI was left out. If there is a way and i'm just dumb, please enlighten me. Seems like the midi export has problems and is tougher for those like me not used to it. But i love 90% of the sounds.

Ps cymbals could be a bit better....
You can do what you using the MIDI editor. I can track a song in a minute doing it. There's a video on the blog.
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Old 11-08-2009, 09:51 AM
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Default Re: Strike! Update/Feature Request Thread

Expansion Kits are First on the list

But not a slew of new kits

I like the idea of One Kit done right à la Mixosaurus

That would trump any other request!!!!
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Old 11-11-2009, 05:56 AM
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Default Re: Strike! Update/Feature Request Thread

10 thumbs up for One Solid drum Kit, But I'd Like to see a built in trigger system

assign a tracks output say a kick to the input of Strike a few settings and boom instant replacement

Liike Drumagog but built into Strike

I'd like a credit if this gets implimented!!!
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