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Also, is it OK to have subfolders in the Presets and Grooves folders? I like to group the presets by name. So, for example, my Groove Monkee files go in their own folder, which has further subfolders for each library (like Rock, Country, Blues, whatever). Seems to work and I hate having all presets sitting in one folder making it difficult to see what I have.
I have mine set up on an SSD with a master folder called BFD Drums, inside that folder are my other libraries in their own folders so I have BFD3 Core library, 8 Bit Kit, BFD Delux Kit, BFD Jazz Noir, and so on.
The all-new BFD3 library is designed to provide a diverse range of drum sounds out of the box. Recorded by engineers including Andrew Scheps, Rail Jon Rogut and John Emrich, it features brush and mallet sounds and is recorded in 2 rooms for varied room ambience.
With detail levels of up to 80 velocity layers, rim-clicks and rim-shots for toms and bells and splashes for hihats, BFD3's sounds are more expressive than ever before. The library's 160GB of audio data is squeezed into 55GB thanks to BFD3's lossless compression system meaning less space usage and playback strain on your hard disk.
Virtually Erskine Grooves is a BFD Groove Pack with over 400 patterns played by legendary drummer Peter Erskine. Although intended to accompany the BFD Virtually Erskine expansion pack, the included Grooves can be used with any kits from any library in your BFD3, BFD Eco or BFD2 installation to enhance your productions with Peter's precise and incredibly funky drumming.
With detail levels of up to 80 velocity layers, rim-clicks and rim-shots for toms and bells and splashes for hi-hats, BFD3's sounds are more expressive than ever before. The library's 160GB of audio data is squeezed into 55GB thanks to BFD3's lossless compression system meaning less space usage and playback strain on your hard disk.
The issue we see with many users is that they have a voluminous library of drum samples, that over many years may have grown and possibly even developed corrupt files, or unlicensed files which, in some cases can cause BFD to crash on startup, or have trouble finding your content.
Some highlights include a new high detail 7-kit library, tom resonance, and spill modeling, cymbal swell modeling, and a new and more flexible interface with easier sound-browsing and an extendable width window. Parts of the kit can be tweaked more deeply, with much-improved damping, dynamics, and humanization functions.
Overall, kit loading times are comparable to those in BFD2. However, please bear in mind that BFD3's library features more articulations and audio channels. The BFD3 library is compressed on disk in a lossless format, so data is quicker to load from disk.
BFD3's library is stored in a proprietary lossless compressed audio format, meaning that it consumes less disk space and resources when being streamed during playback. The CPU load for the decompression process is insignificant.
BFD3 from FXpansionPress Release: BFD3 is the third generation of FXpansion's flagship software acoustic drum studio: new levels of realism and ground-breaking features in an intuitive redesigned engine.With stunning new kits with mix-ready presets and modelling technology for tom resonance and cymbal swells, BFD3's audio engine delivers uncompromising detail. The revamped interface has a new mixer and sound browser for the easiest BFD experience yet.BFD3's all-new library is recorded in two fantastic rooms by engineers including Andrew Scheps, Rail Jon Rogut and John Emrich, giving you a diverse palette of drum tones out of the box. The sounds include a brushed kit and processed drum presets for fast custom kit-building. BFD3 also contains a powerful built-in environment for pattern creation and editing, complete with a range of performances by legendary drummers for effortless production of drum tracks indistinguishable from the real thing.
In addition to a redesigned engine, BFD3 comes with plenty of new kits, mix-ready presets, modeling technology for tom resonance and cymbal swells, a revised interface with a new mixer and sound browser, and an all-new BFD3 library, recorded by the likes of John Emrich, Andrew Scheps, and Rail Jon Rogut.
This product requires an installed and registered copy of BFD3. Please note that your Sonic Reality Alan Parsons Vintage 70s Kit serial number only authorizes your Sonic Reality library. It will NOT serve as registration for the actual BFD3 software.
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