Light version of drumkits

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tavasti
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Light version of drumkits

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For testing various drumkits, it would be nice to have light versions of them. Less velocity layers, less round robins, and maybe even less channels.

This would be great for testing various kits for finding what fits best to taste, and also for people who have slow internet connection or do not have enough disk space for full kits.
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That's one reason why I like the AVL Drumkits so much. They don't have a huge range of different sounds, but they are good for most things that I do, and the LV2 is really small compared to DrumGizmo.

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milo wrote:That's one reason why I like the AVL Drumkits so much. They don't have a huge range of different sounds, but they are good for most things that I do, and the LV2 is really small compared to DrumGizmo.
That won't help anything for comparing DrumGizmo drumkits. Yeah, AVL Drumkits are ok, but if you want to go ahead using DrumGizmo.
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