Toontrack – Superior Drummer v3.3.1 Update (WIN,OSX)
Release Year/Date : 2022
Version : 3.3.1
Developer : Toontrack
Website : Toontrack
Format : STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX*, AU
Bit depth : 64bit
Tablet : cured (Team VR)
System Requirements : 64-bit Windows 7 or newer, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended).
macOS 10.10 or higher, Intel or Apple silicon processor, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended).
64-bit host (with support for VST, AU or AAX). Standalone is included.
Size: 1014.1 MB
Description : Superior Drummer 3 is more than just a drum sampler – it’s a bottomless source of creativity. In addition to an extensive library of raw audio material, Superior Drummer 3 introduces a unique design, streamlined workflow and many features to create powerful drums on your computer. Welcome to the future.
Installation is possible on a “clean” system, or over a previously installed version.
Restoring the factory MIDI database (under Advanced) now attempts to preserve all user-added MIDI libraries.
Adding or deleting the VST 3 plug-in in Cakewalk could cause a crash.
In REAPER on Windows, it should now be possible to drag MIDI from DAW tracks (by holding ctrl+alt) directly to the plug-in.
Recording MIDI while having the Grid Editor open caused a crash.
Edit Play Style
In the context menu for instruments in Edit Play Style, the quantize options for triplets and 1/32 did not quantize correctly.
Changing velocity in Edit Play Style and then selecting another song block should no longer cause a crash.
Fixed a potential crash when previewing hi-hats from another library.
It should no longer crash if you try to stack instruments and SD3 reaches the internal limit for number of mics. Instead of a dialog is shown.
The internal MIDI database change that happened in version 3.3.0 would delete all databases for user-added MIDI libraries as well as all favorite marks (stars) in them. Now when such upgrades are performed (for example from 3.2.8 to 3.3.1), all those libraries and the favorites should be preserved.
The e-drum preset indicator was never shown on third-party MIDI folders (those that have been installed in the same location as Toontrack MIDI libraries).
Trying to load broken/empty/unsupported audio files should no longer cause crashes.
On Windows, the standalone was installed in an unexpected directory on some localized systems in some circumstances.