Toontrack – Superior Drummer 3.1.6 + SDX Expansion (STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | February 26, 2020

 

Year / Release Date : 1/17/2020
Version : 3.1.6
Developer : Toontrack
Developer’s site : Toontrack
Format : STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX
Bit : 64bit
Tabletka : present
System requirements : 64-bit Windows 7 or newer, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended), 64-bit host


Description : Updated professional virtual drum kit from Toontrack Music. Superior Drummer is the simplicity of the EZdrummer interface with an expanded set of functions: a new mixer, built-in effects (equalizer, filters, gate, compressor, level picker) and others. Superior Drummer is a professional drum flagship sampler from Toontrack Music. With its superb sounding demo gear, its phenomenal realistic spatial sound and its unmatched extensive feature list, it truly sets the highest standard in modern digital drum production.

 


Installation (Thanks Jampzz) :

1- Download the installer. Install the program. You dont have to patch or substitute the VST. Just place it on your vst folder.

2- Download factory content. Its 200+ gb of content so dont worry, YOU CAN PLACE IT ANYWHERE, HDD, SSD, wherever you want.

3- Now this is the crucial step. Superior drummer is pretty restrictive when it comes to routing and paths. You have to place all of your .obw files on the same folder, and it has to be named exactly like this:
SL-SuperiorDrummer3\Sounds
Personally, i did that on the part 1 file, so: SL-SuperiorDrummer3_SDX_Part1\SL-SuperiorDrummer3\Sounds

4- Open your daw / standalone SD3 and you’ll probably get an error msg. Ignore. Go to libraries, select Add Libary Path and choose the SL-SuperiorDrummer3 folder where you put the files

5- Done. Enjoy!

 


 


SDX Core Basic Sound Library

SDX Factory Content: Room Mics 1

SDX Factory Content: Room Mics 2

SDX Factory Content: Room Mics 3

SDX Factory Content: Extra Bleed

 

20 thoughts on “Toontrack – Superior Drummer 3.1.6 + SDX Expansion (STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX) [WiN x64]

  1. Dro Nasty

    the factory content (1-3 and extra bleed) are expansions for the mic routing and mixing aspect. You get more mics and can customize the mic bleed a lot more with these.

    The installation is incredibly straightforward. What’s the issue?

    Reply
  2. Glenn

    how do i install the factory content? i don’t see any updater or installer inside the folders 2-5? am i missing something? i was only able to install part 1. can anyone tell me what i”m doing wrong?

    Reply
    1. Caryl

      Good day. I wanna know how you installed the basic sound library? I can’t seem to find an included installer in the file.

      Reply
  3. Joni

    Is it missing the presets for the core library of SD3? Or does is it required to install all parts and then the presets become available?
    I’ve searched online and i’ve found that there should be a “Sound Library Update & Presets” in part 1, but i cant seem to find it.
    Am I doing something wrong or are the presets not included? And if they are not, does anybody know where to find them?

    Reply
  4. bruh

    do i need all of em or can i make it work with just the SDX Core Basic Sound Library?

    cheers

    Reply
  5. sevenworlds

    Once you have set up part one place all of the .obw files from parts 2-5 in the sounds folder in part 1. This worked for me and I now have full installation. Great torrent!

    Reply
  6. Jampzz

    Hi, i’ve done exactly that, copied the .obw files into the sounds folder of part 1, installed and still nothing. In settings, libraries, i cant even choose path, the “edit” option is shadowed, and when i try to add a new path nothing happens. Any idea?

    Reply
  7. Jampzz

    Hello everyone, i’ve managed to figure it out. PLEASE any @admin you should include this instructions, many people are pretty lost with this kind of stuff and its not easy to figure out at first glance.
    1- Download the installer. Install the program. You dont have to patch or substitute the VST. Just place it on your vst folder.

    2- Download factory content. Its 200+ gb of content so dont worry, YOU CAN PLACE IT ANYWHERE, HDD, SSD, wherever you want.

    3- Now this is the crucial step. Superior drummer is pretty restrictive when it comes to routing and paths. You have to place all of your .obw files on the same folder, and it has to be named exactly like this:
    SL-SuperiorDrummer3\Sounds
    Personally, i did that on the part 1 file, so: SL-SuperiorDrummer3_SDX_Part1\SL-SuperiorDrummer3\Sounds

    4- Open your daw / standalone SD3 and you’ll probably get an error msg. Ignore. Go to libraries, select Add Libary Path and choose the SL-SuperiorDrummer3 folder where you put the files

    5- Done. Enjoy!

    Reply
  8. aa

    In order to get the libraries to load correctly I had to install the program that comes with the libraries first, (Substisute the .dll file).

    Do what jampzz says, get all the .obw file in the right file.

    Use the find libraries option in the program and point it to your library directory.

    Then use the installer that came with the first download. No substutution required all worked.

    Reply
  9. Raghava Doregowda

    Why did @jampzz mention a file name like “SL-SuperiorDrummer3\Sounds” YOU CAN’T PUT SPECIAL CHARACTERS IN FILE NAMES LIKE THAT BACKWARD SLASH….\……. 🙁

    Reply
  10. Shaunyb

    Hey, Thanks for your hard work. I’ve downloaded all the content and moved all the .OBWs into ‘/Volumes/SuperiorDrummer3/SL-SuperiorDrummer3_SDX_Part1/SL-SuperiorDrummer3/Sounds’, but when I point it to there to try and load the libraries it just says ‘no EZXs or midi libraries were found in the selected folders’. Any ideas? Thanks!

    Reply
  11. BCal

    I did everything that Jampzz said and still get the same error message. Can anyone help me figure this out?

    Reply

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