Does anyone know how to use this? I know you need battery for this and something like acid for a midi edit thing but can you use sonar for it since it also has a midi grid? I just need some help!!!!!
Hey man. I gotta DFH too with Kontakt but I dont know how to use it. I used the LM-4 drum sampler before but I didn't like the idea f have 4 midi channels for one kit. My main aim is to get drums from a program like Guitar pro where the kit is one instrument and then put DFH over that WITH the volocities added after wards (or auto matically if possible), How would you do this with Kontakt? do oyu have any templates that I could use to help me?SixShine said:I may be able to help. Basically, DKFH is simply a bunch of samples. I don't use Battery, so I can't comment on how it works with it, but I use NI Kontakt sampler it came with for it. Basically, you open DKFH in VST, send your midi drum track through it, and assign whatever drum to their respective places. Now....DKFH is a major memory hog...and I mean MAJOR. I would say a gig of ram would be the minimum. BARE minimum. DKFH is good, but if you want something easier WITH built in drum patterns, I would suggest GrooveAgent. It has pretty good sounding drums and you can run any midi pattern through it as well. DKFH is also standalone, but I never use it that way, it may also be DX, but again, I always use those things in a VST environment to keep it faster.
If you need specifics, just ask, I'll be happy to help you out as much as I can. I have DKFH2, and I have used it a few times, but I prefer GA, and if I need some better/different/specific samples, I use drumagaog after splitting the midi track.