|Name||Toontrack Superior Drummer v3.2.4 macOS-MORiA.zip|
|Created on||2021-04-08 19:43:03|
|Files||Toontrack Superior Drummer v3.2.4 macOS-MORiA.zip (293.7 MB)|
Building on the legacy of its predecessor, Superior Drummer 3 was redesigned from the ground up to introduce a completely new and improved workflow, countless added features and an unequalled amount of raw sound material. With Superior Drummer 3, you are in total control. Welcome to the future of drum production.
1. Before installing this update, make sure that you have already installed the main library SL-SuperiorDrummer3 (If not, then go to step 1a )
1a. Download the main library and specify the path to the library in the very superior3 ( Settings – Libraries / Paths – Add Library Path (s) … – and select the SL-SuperiorDrummer3 folder )
2. After that, download this update and run SoundUpdater (.exe or .app depending on your system)
- MacOSX; AU, VSTi, SAL
- Web Site
- Developer Website
What’s New in Toontrack Superior Drummer v3.2.4
Release notes for Superior Drummer 3.2.4
Superior Drummer 3.2.4 is now available to download using the Product Manager or from the ‘My Products’ area in your Toontrack account. Please note that version 3.2.4 is required for the support of Superior Drummer 3 products released from this point forward (Q4 2020).
Added e-drum presets for TD-27, SD200, SD600 and SD1200.
Playing instruments with missing user samples can no longer cause a crash.
Undoing loading a user preset did not restore the previously loaded preset name correctly. The preset name was sometimes not recalled correctly when loading projects either.
Using “Search with Tap2Find” in the song block context menu could lead to a crash later when interacting with the song block.
Right-clicking a not selected song block and choosing Mute or Unmute no longer causes a crash.
Edit Play Style
Amount changes were not loaded correctly from projects, so if a project was loaded and saved again, any Amount changes would be lost.
Copy/paste in Edit Play Style always pasted the MIDI on the original drum instead of the one the user clicked on.
Changing the MIDI mapping for an instrument would sometimes lead to a crash.
E-drum mappings on linked folders (both existing and previous/unlinked) can no longer affect Toontrack MIDI.
Peak meters on the right channels in the mixer measured the wrong signal.