Official MODO DRUM Wish List!

Discussions about MODO DRUM physically modeled drums and MODO BASS - the first physically modeled electric bass virtual instrument

Re: Official MODO DRUM Wish List!

Postby DarkStar » Mon Feb 28, 2022 12:06 pm

Particle1 wrote:Please integrate all of the previously released drum sounds within Modo Drum (Neal Peart, Billy Cobham, Hugh Padgham and Terry Bozzio) so we can get away from SampleTank 4 which is very frustrating and not very intuitive. I've never been able to get these to load properly. Modo Drum however seemed to get it right on the first try and would make a great home for these sounds. The ability to add third party sounds would also make a great addition.

Also I agree with adding Octobans and a seconds snare drum.


MODO DRUM is primarily a physical modelling product. Those drums libraries that you listed are sample-based, so are not appropriate for incorporation into MODO DRUM. To resolve the problems you have run into with ST4, please contact Technical Support.
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Re: Official MODO DRUM Wish List!

Postby Particle1 » Mon Feb 28, 2022 5:27 pm

The brass instruments included are all sample based as well so that doesn't really matter. I'm sure we all want this thing to be the best it can possibly be so no need to shut this avenue down.

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Re: Official MODO DRUM Wish List!

Postby Pleudoniem » Wed Mar 16, 2022 9:03 pm

Something for the Wish List.

1) Both Superior Drummer and BFD3 have the option to use the rims of the Toms as midi-input. I find that severely lacking in MODO-Drums.

2) I have a TD27 drumkit with VAD-Drums, which means that most of my drums have zones. The ride has a bell, a bow, and an edge, but I cannot address all of them. The position control that MODO uses is nice, but not that relevant to me. I'd like to be able to address all the zones that I can play.

3) Finally, I need to crank the volume quite high up to make the program be heard in a DAW. That could easily be adjusted, I think.

Only for those three reasons, I would be hesitant to recommend the program to other musicians, although I do see its opportunities. I am hoping for improvement, as I have noticed what Amplitube has developed into over the years, and I absolutely LOVE that.
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Re: Official MODO DRUM Wish List!

Postby stefano.uberti » Fri Jun 24, 2022 2:03 pm

Would be great to have the
possibility to choose Brushes instead of Sticks for playing style.
And possibly few types for different music nouances.

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