Vstbuzz deal on bfd3

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Vstbuzz deal on bfd3

Post by ajay_m »

52 euros including vat. Couldn't resist. Downloading now but this does strike me as a rather good deal.
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Agree it’s a great product but not yet Apple M1 compatible- which is a bummer for me.
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Post by sonics »

The company behind BFD was acquired by inMusic in 2020. I don't know what the state of development is, if any. The product is available at many places, including direct at bfddrums.com.

If you don't yet have a full-featured drum instrument it's certainly good value. inMusic also have the AIR software; their Strike 2 (problematic for some, but very useful IMO) with set you back just $10 at the moment.

I used BFD2 for a while, but moved to Toontrack, which I found superior. :)
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Post by banterbanter »

IAA wrote: Thu Dec 01, 2022 7:57 pm Agree it’s a great product but not yet Apple M1 compatible- which is a bummer for me.

It's now M1 compatible
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Yep! I’ve upgraded and it works well. Lovely I had a few extra sounds that I’ve missed.
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