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  • 64 bit windows and addictive drums

    Hi folks......

    I found some smokin deals on Black friday for addictive drums.

    I currently have windows 7 64 bit.......
    Reading the AD forums there appear to have been some issues with 64 bit windows 7

    Does anyone have this combination working?>
    Yamaha DTX IV Special Version 2
    Addictive Drums
    Reaper
    Presonus Audiobox USB
    Behringer Mixer

    I like to hit things

  • #2
    I am running windows 7 - 64 bit and Addictive Drums with no troubles at all.

    Ludwig A to E - TD-12 Module - VH-11 - FD-8 - 2 PD-8's - CY5 - 2 CY12R - PCY155 - Pearl Eliminator bass pedal - ATH M50 - 2 JBL EON 515XT - Mackie PROFX12 - Yamaha MX49

    Abbey Road 60's 70's 80's -
    Studio Drummer - Addictive Drums - Steven Slate 4 Platinum
    Dell XPS 8700 - 4th Gen i7 4770 - 16 GB Memory 1TB Hard Drive 7200 RPM - Komplete Audio 6 - Reaper - Cubase Ai 6 DAW

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    • #3
      It seems there is no problem as long as you use jbridge or a host capable o running 32 bit vsts in 64 environments (Reaper does that for me with no problem here).

      Pim
      Yamaha DTX950
      M-Audio fast Track Ultra/Dell XPS I7 8GB RAM
      Tracktion 3/ Reaper
      Superior Drummer and BFD2 (all exp. packs)

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      • #4
        +1 Here for using AD as a vst plugin on reaper 64bit.
        Roland TD-20 (Expanded TDW20) stock standard kit setup + KD7, HPD 15, Alesis Trigger I/O, X2 Mandala pads, DrumKat 3.7, MacBook Pro 2011 i7, 8GB Ram, x2 SSD. RME Babyface

        Battery 3, Sonic Coutures Hang drum, ToneHammer Tabla Vol 2 "Multi", BFD2 - Sleishman expansion pack.

        Ableton Live

        Student of Thomas Lang's drum academy at http://www.artistworksdrumacademy.com/

        My band [urlwww.onshiftingsands.com/[/url]

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        • #5
          Thanks for the insight. So for no other reason than I hate to buy something then have to go back because I did not buy all i need - I am asking to verify my final shoppping list

          I currently have Yammie DTX iv sp v. 2 - and a laptop with more than enough power to process Addictive drums

          So my shoping list to Run AD as I understand it is as follows:
          Addictive drums
          A sound card - I am currently leaning towards this http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_u...phile2496.html
          Since this comes with Ableton - will I still require Reaper?
          If I require reaper which version are you using?
          Jbrridge..........
          Any necessary cables

          Is my list complete?


          Thoughts please and thanks in advance
          Yamaha DTX IV Special Version 2
          Addictive Drums
          Reaper
          Presonus Audiobox USB
          Behringer Mixer

          I like to hit things

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          • #6
            I don’t believe that audio card will work with a laptop, I think you will need to get an external card, USB or Firewire.

            Ludwig A to E - TD-12 Module - VH-11 - FD-8 - 2 PD-8's - CY5 - 2 CY12R - PCY155 - Pearl Eliminator bass pedal - ATH M50 - 2 JBL EON 515XT - Mackie PROFX12 - Yamaha MX49

            Abbey Road 60's 70's 80's -
            Studio Drummer - Addictive Drums - Steven Slate 4 Platinum
            Dell XPS 8700 - 4th Gen i7 4770 - 16 GB Memory 1TB Hard Drive 7200 RPM - Komplete Audio 6 - Reaper - Cubase Ai 6 DAW

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            • #7
              http://www.rme-audio.de/en_products_babyface.php

              something like this?
              Yamaha DTX IV Special Version 2
              Addictive Drums
              Reaper
              Presonus Audiobox USB
              Behringer Mixer

              I like to hit things

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              • #8
                I use a M-Audio Fast track Ultra. Do a asearch here on this forum for MIDI and Audio Interface and you will find a lot of information even on people and what they have been reporting as latency.

                You can get Reaper for 40 bucks.... every time there is an update and you open up the software Reaper will tell you there is a new version to be downloaded. I use the most recent one.

                Pim
                Yamaha DTX950
                M-Audio fast Track Ultra/Dell XPS I7 8GB RAM
                Tracktion 3/ Reaper
                Superior Drummer and BFD2 (all exp. packs)

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