KickMe Too!

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KickMe Too!

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Made to generate extra punchy bass drums, this device generates some serious kicks. Its sample accurate envelopes and rock solid oscillator give a great deal of control. Paired with a simple intuitive interface it is the perfect solution to get your own kicks out of your Creamware dsp card.

Version 2 adds tonal shaping for even more serious punch!

To download:
http://adern.com/home/modules.php?name= ... eview&id=7

Kick me is powered by FleXor technology.
Made only with basic low-level math atoms.

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c c c c c c cool :D
thx for the freebeee
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Killer! Not a dry seat in the house :D
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Post by Leper »

Yeah, I didn't think Kickme could get even phatter, but this new version is so versatile and phat. I love the house-shaking kicks that come out of this baby!
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Fully Flatulent Flexor Fundaments :D
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Post by pling »

this new tonal shaping adds millions of new flavors! :o
excellent! thx a lot!
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thanks, enjoying it!
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:) Thanks
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Post by djmooncat »

Thanks for the new KickMe, all i can say is this is something else, there are so many possibilities with this. I used your last version version all the time. this will no doubt be taking its place. I'm going to order my upgrade for Flexor3 at the weekend.

I love you guys, my neighbours are going to hate you :D

Again, thanks
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Ooh, you are so big…
So absolutely huge.
Gosh, we’re all really impressed down here, I can tell you.
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Post by maky325 »

Well i can not believe how this little thing is sounding. I have D16 Drumazon here and i was thinking that their 909 emulation cant be better regarding 909 kick ini digital emulation. Wow. This one is something unheard. And it is free. And it is soooooo damn nice. It can wipe floor with any VSTi i tested regarding kicks. Sound is spectacular.....yep i am floored with this one :) It is sounding like real unit ;)

If they decide to do everything else in 909(toms, snares and clap, rest is sample anyway) or 808 emulation i would pay 250EUR in a heartbeat. With that sound quality i would not think twice...

Phew...
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jep mr. drug

it has serious punch in the low end... :)
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Post by alfonso »

mpodrug wrote:Well i can not believe how this little thing is sounding. I have D16 Drumazon here and i was thinking that their 909 emulation cant be better regarding 909 kick ini digital emulation. Wow. This one is something unheard. And it is free. And it is soooooo damn nice. It can wipe floor with any VSTi i tested regarding kicks. Sound is spectacular.....yep i am floored with this one :) It is sounding like real unit ;)

If they decide to do everything else in 909(toms, snares and clap, rest is sample anyway) or 808 emulation i would pay 250EUR in a heartbeat. With that sound quality i would not think twice...

Phew...
With that money you can get the full FleXor3 package for the modular and you'll find that quality in any aspect of synthesis....check some sounds:

http://adern.com/home/modules.php?name= ... view&id=10

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Post by hifiboom »

also have a look and tryout on these free mod modules.
http://www.cwmodular.org/html/drums2.html
you may like them, I guess they are not 100% 909 emus but at least drum modules. :)
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Post by ChampionSound »

Awww too bad, for some reason I can't unpack the zipfile of this device :(
Winzip and WinRAR both say that the zipfile is invalid or corrupt or something like that. I downloaded it twice from the Adern site, no luck yet.
By the way, I do have KickMe V1 and I know this baby rocks!
So is there any chance somebody can help me out getting Kickme Too??
Pleeeease? :)
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Post by at0m »

ChampionSound,

If you're using IExplorer, try emptying your Temporary Internet Files, and then download the file again. The file in your cache may be corrupt, and may not really have been downloaded a second time. I just tried, and the link works fine here...

Oh, and you've got mail :>

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Post by ChampionSound »

Thanks for your help At0m!

Unfortunately the emtying Temporary Internet Files trick didn't work, but I downloaded it from another computer, and now it works!
The problem was that the downloaded filesize wasn't the full 396kb on my computer, but less, even after a few attempts.

Really cool device! Very very very useful... :D

Oh and At0m, I got your mail. Thanks for your help again and best whishes! (Dank je wel!) :)
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Re: KickMe Too!

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I can't get KickMe Too! to run in XTC mode. I know the dll trick and I've been using the original KickMe in XTC mode since it came out. Scope complains that XTC device isn't properly installed. Anyone get this device working in XTC mode?

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stardust wrote:Hi chisel, I checked it this morning and yes it works for me in XTC mode with SX3 and scope 4.5.
I copied a synth dll and named it exactly like the dev.
Dont forget the exclamation mark.
Thanks, stardust. After I read your response, I went back and figured out the configuration issue that was preventing me from loading new XTC devices. Now everything works fine!

Peace \/
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Re: KickMe Too!

Post by ChampionSound »

Just want to say one more time that I really love this device, and that I'm still hoping for an option for keyboard tracking on the tune parameter (in semitones)... And in the meanwhile I'll try to keep patient (if it's ever made at all). ;)
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