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Take a look at the Toontrack products. In particular Superior Drummer 2.0 may be of interest:


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I have done this sort of thing before. I have use good, resonant kitchen knives or a long blade/sword. Slide them against another blade for the ring sound for stab in and out. Maybe try to mount sheet metal or two pieces of metal close together and slide the blade in between them. Then use metal cutting scissors and cut the metal for the metal "crunch" sound ...


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It's absolutely worth it...and then some. It does depend a lot on how savvy you are with tech and computers, admittedly. But DO NOT use EFIX. EFIX uses the same base software modifications that TonyMac does, but they put it in an easy-to-use USB dongle that plugs straight into your motherboard. There was a huge hullabaloo here a while back about them ...


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I've tried it, using recommended hardware. You will spend more time supporting that machine than you now think. if it's earning you money, spend money, not time?


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For a hackintosh, you're looking at using EFiX (http://www.art-studios.net/) anyways. They have specifications regarding the supported and tested hardware. I would expect them to be very stable, if you go with the tested configurations, but if you face problems, it can be difficult to find help. If you have the time to risk that you may have to do a bit of ...


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