"I'm So Lonesome I Don't Even Have Me No Friend, I've Done So Much Crying Will I Ever Laugh Again" - Peter Green
( Hi Mike Jackal .. welcome back ! )
I don't have the answer for sure ... and seek it ... or something like an answer, or some pointers , just to help create, or work with BT's .. even simple ones
There was a thread 6 months or so ago when we had a guy who did know about Drumming....."DeepDrumming" ... where are you now fella ?? we need you !!
and Blackhorse also seems pretty good at drum programming .....he uses "fruity Loops" if I remember rightly ( and does a good job too .. perhasp a PM to him ??)
HBl uses BIAB and as you've seen .. he knocks out some pretty good BT's
I have an Alesis SR-18 drum progamming machine which I dust off occasionally , but mainly use a standard pattern .....fortunately there are quite a few of them !! ) i....but any tips / clues / pointers about what goes on which beat, how to build it up into a supporting track , with some variety ......would all be very helpful..
So while it doesn't answer your question , I hope alludes to a few folk who know more about this dark and secretive art... .. than I.
lyric from "Out in The Fields"
Gary Moore 1952-2011
And FL studio is ok if you have a lot of extra's yub i don't .....
By BIAB there's Realband and that a easyer way (for my) to create a BT, but here's also you must have something to load it....
Thats why i'm looking for nice tracks, so i can put in realband or just put in Adobe Audition as a mp3.
Must of the times there's only a sec or 10/20 of a drum track.
But i study now with realband because there is somehowe that you can keep some instruments out and if so its easyer to create a BT, look for a nice song and cut out the guitar or what ever
But until then i have to look on the net and people that post here a nice track.
The stock samples that come with FL are not great for a realistic drumkit sound, I think it's intended more for electronic music. But there are plenty of free drum samples on the net, and it's easy to add them into FL to get more realistic sounds. I've been toying with the idea of recording my own samples on a friend's kit, to see how that works.