Poise Percussion Sampler by One Small Clue vs ableton drum rack

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which is better

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  1. wasgedn

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    Poise Percussion Sampler by One Small Clue VS Ableton Drum Rack


    which is better
     
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    I believe this device is the best emulation of the Akai MPC Drum sampler in VST format.

    User Interface:
    Its' based on the Akai MPC series, If MPC style programming is your cup of tea then you shouldn't have any problems figuring out the basic functions of Poise.

    Sound:
    What does it sound like? Awesome !
    Sounds like the real deal, the LP/HP Filters, distortion F/X, modulation, and amplitude/pitch enveloping are great tools to edit drums/samples.

    Features:
    These are my fav. features of this plug in:
    16 Drum Pads.
    8 Samples per Drum Pad.
    Multiple Sample switching modes:
    Round Robin.
    Random.
    Trigger All (for layering multiple samples).
    Support for velocity splits.
    Inbuilt sample browser with preview.
    Drag and Drop sample loading.
    2 - 16 stereo outputs.
    Comprehensive Pad and Sample editing with:
    Amplitude + Pitch Envelopes.
    Volume + Balance + Pitch.
    A user assignable FX module, and humanization.

    Documentation:
    The manual is handy when you want to look at the more advanced features of Poise

    Presets:
    One Small Clue has free drums available on the forum, check them out!
    Poise is also skinnable !

    Customer Support:
    I contacted customer support and received a response immediately.
    Since I purchased Poise there have been numerous updates!

    Value For Money:

    Under 50 bucks, really ?

    Order it now you won't be sorry!

    Stability:
    This drum machine is rock solid[/QUOTE]
     
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    I love Poise. One huge benefit it has over the drum rack is you can move the sample start/end points via a simple midi learn, and it remembers every time you open the plugin or a project containing it.

    Ableton is on version 10 and you still cannot map a generic midi controller to sample start and end points. You can only midi-learn the loop start/end. The only way you can change the sample start and end points from a midi controller is with Push 2. Ridiculously huge investment for something Maschine's been able to do perfectly since version 1.0 (2009).

    Poise is much bigger too, so you get a good visual on what's on each pad. I only wish it was scalable as I often want to see everything just a little bigger.

    I think it's a phenomenal plugin and worth every penny. Drum Rack is fine for most purposes but Poise is perfect.
     
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    Poise is perfect in all ways. nuff said!
     
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