If you ask many, they may tell you that they do not agree with using midi drums in their songs.
To be honest, I never thought so. Of course I wanted my songs to have natural drums, but we work in a home studio and our possibilities are limited.
Technology has advanced and if you are involved in drum programming, you will have found that today's vst instruments have very good samples and you do not need anything else.
When I started making my first recordings in my own studio, I remember using Sample Tank or Battery and I was very excited about the result. As I progressed and got better, I realized that something was "wrong" with the overall set.
Although, the sample was very good, the way I handled and programmed the drums was wrong. For this reason, I want to talk to you in today's post about drum programming.
First of all, what is drum programming? You can say that it is the process of composing the part of the drums. You create each part of the drums using vst instruments and samples of drums. It's a very important part of music production, so we need to take some time to learn how to do it right.
How to programm drums properly
If you want to make your songs and have drums that sound right and professional, using a vst instrument, then the following tips will be ver