csDrummer allows you to achieve same result as if you were recording a drum session in a real studio. Instruments are triggered by MIDI messages either real-time or from MIDI file. An audio stream formed for each instrument is routed to its own channel, thereby simulating a microphone record. Software uses sound morphing technology for interpolation between two layers of an instrument sampled with maximum and minimum hit force. This brings a much more realistic effect than switching between a number of separate layers. Each hit passes through humanizing filters which alter its force, morphing and time offset. Theese filters give an effect of a real human playing a drum set.
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