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Old 01-05-2008, 05:13 AM   #1
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BFD2 vs DFHs

Hi,
This is my first post here so please be gentle - and hello everyone.
I guess a lot of people are bored with this discussionalready but I would like to know what your opinions are about which is better for metal - BFD(2) or DFHs.
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Old 01-07-2008, 06:55 AM   #2
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well i havent tried bfd personally, but a have a few friends who use it and i think its just a matter of taste honestly, i just personally prefer the way the dfhs samples sound is all, im sure you can get great results with either program!
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Thanks Misha,
Having spent hours listening to various samples and demos I've gone for DFHs. BFD sounded good, just not what I wanted.
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i like the EZdrummer DFH plug-in alot, so simple yet so effective. though god knows i want DFHS a shitload, but i donĀ“t have the software for it, cause i run a mac with garageband... and if i wanna run logic or something, i need a new mac, because mine is made for cuddling more than raw power :P
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