Drumming sotfware used by Jem

Started by Daydreamer, March 24, 2009, 10:18:59 AM

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Can I complain about Airlie Frost's post?
It's in the post!


If you'd really like to....  :)

Click on the exclamation mark in the post and one of the moderators might deal with it.
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Quote from: "Nellie"Can I complain about Airlie Frost's post?
Someone ought to. An Airlie Frost plays havoc with the grape harvest.
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Airlie Frost

sorry if I offended anyone, Hull humour and all that...

the clue is in the question?


Quote from: "Dave M"Daydreamer ... welcome ... I think Jem played the basic demo drums in via his keyboard, triggering samples from I know not where .. check out the early video's, I'm sure there's some info there. After that TBE did his thang !

Are there videos for the Milliontown sessions??  I only know of the EIMA ones.  LINKS?


Quote from: "Daydreamer"Hi Jem, hi frosties.
I'm a french fan of Frost*.
I was wondering what drumming software was using Jem on the "MILLIONTOWN TEST MIX" demo for example.
I've tried EZDrummer, Superior Drummer, Addictive Drums, Battery and I'm not satisfied at all by the sound.

Thank you.
(and sorry for my bad english :D)

Hello mate and welcome! :D

I've actually forgotten what it was called sadly, but it was a drum sample CD-ROM that I played through MOTU's Mach 5. I've just checked the Time and Space website and I can't find the CD anywhere so I assume it's been discontinued. I gave the CD to a mate's son a few years ago.

Sorry I can't be of more help.  :(