Мастер Сушков, ну вот видишь, разобрался же...
гиги только двумя файлами - closed и room
мэпы для LM-4 тут http://rmm.net.ru/dump/
The Battery version use the wav files. So make shure those are unzipped into a folder on your harddisc.
You got to have one Battery for the Close miked sounds, and another for the Ambience sounds. Remember that you will need atleast 512 MB RAM to load both.
When selecting a preset within the “Battery Kits” folder, battery will ask you where for example cSonor DS Kd3.wav is. Just locate that file, and then it can load the rest from the same folder.
The toms as well as the hats are always the same in all presets. The only thing that differs is the kickdrum, snares & cymbals.
cSonor DS Kd3-Sensitone J.kit
cSonor DS Kd2-Sensitone R.kit
rSonor DS Kd3-Sensitone J.kit
rSonor DS Kd3-Sensitone R.kit
c = "Close miked"
r = "Ambient/room miked"
The letters ”c” and ”r” in front of a filename indicates what kind of micings that particular preset has.
Sonor DS = In this case the name of the Kickdrum. DS = Designer Series
Kd3 = Kickdrum 3, in this case a kick with eq, this is the kick we’ve used in all of our demos. Kd1, 2, 3 & 4 is the same kickdrums, but with different eq and more or less tone.
Sensitone = The name of the snare. It always comes in the end of the filename. If it is followed by this sign - ^ - it means that it is that snare but without the actual snares turned on.
J = Jazz
R = Rock
When you load a drumkit from hell preset into your sampler you have the option to load it in either a jazz version or in a rockversion. The difference is only in the use of the cymbals.
In the Jazzversion you can, for example, play crash on the ride, and play ride on the china. There are also a different “main ride” than the rock preset.
In The DFH Settings folder you can read all about shortenings in filenames and what they stand for.
There are a few pre-programmed midifiles located in the midifiles folder on the DFH cd which you can import into any sequenser software.
Listen to the 1st track on the cd in any cd player to get a deeper understanding about the close miced and room/ambient mices features, and how to use them. Those examples are done with Battery but the concept is the same.
p.s. "достал" имеет двойной смысл
при всей крутости этой библиотеки, dfh меня достал слишком узнаваемым звуком