• SDSE: Simple Drum Sounds Exporter

    From VST to WAV, DSND and DKIT in one click Read More
  • DrumIt Manager: more tools for your 2Box DrumIt Five and DrumIt Three

    2box kit editor, manage your .dkit files, tune your .dsnd files Read More
  • Closemul: emulator frontend helper

    Add features to any emulator or program Read More
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Changelog:
  • support for MixWave Luke Holland, Thomas Pridgen Drums and Tony Royster Jr for Kontakt Player (all with default mapping
  • MODO Drum: support for MODO Drum v1.5.0
  • MODO Drum: added partial support for screen resolutions smaller than 1280x800
  • SD3/EZD2: support for the Dance EZX expansion.
  • Export: press Ctrl while clicking Export to force using the semi-manual export mode normally used for unsupported VSTs or unsupported Kontakt sound libraries.
  • Kontakt, Modern Drummer: fixed issue when exporting with Kontakt 6.7.0
  • support for REAPER 6.56
SDSE 3.1.0
  • support for IK Multimedia MODO DRUM (v1.1.3 with default mapping, minimum screen resolution 1280x800)
  • support for Soniccouture Electro-Acoustic for Kontakt Player (v1.4.4 with default mapping)
  • support for GetGood Drums One Kit Wonder Architects (with the default Invasion mapping)
  • fixed issue when the width of the list of VST instruments is adjusted on small screen resolutions (it can now be minimized if needed)
  • fixed possible issue with REAPER freezing when cancelling an export before it starts.
  • SSD5.5: fixed exporting Tom 3 for some kits.
  • Convert: the Generic profile can now be used to sort folders of individual samples by volume.
  • new option "Sort from quiet to loud" for the Generic profile with Convert, to reverse the sorting order when sorting individual samples by volume.
  • updated default configuration for VSTs in REAPER.
  • support for REAPER 6.45

DrumIt Manager
  • DSound Manager Edit: improved velocity values when sorting layers manually in the list of layers.
  • DKit Manager Kit: the Tune value is now kept when the dsnd is missing, to allow editing a kit without having the corresponding instrument files.
  • DKit Manager Kit Diff: when two kits are selected (with ctrl+click) the list of differences between them will appear near the top/right on the first Kit page.
  • DKit Manager: improved search for .dsnd files on large drives.
  • DKit Manager Check: the Check page can now be used only on a kit selection (all kits by default, selected or checked kits when two or more kits are selected)
  • DKit Manager Check: check boxes to limit the search to certain pad types, or to avoid checking dsnd files.
  • DKit Manager Check: find duplicate kits, kits that use the same pads (same settings for the whole pad) or kits that use the same dsnd for certain pads.
  • DKit Manager Check Diff: find differences between selected kits (up to 99 selected kits), useful to find changes between different versions of the same kit.
  • DKit Manager Report, Kit: option to save one report file for each kit.
  • DKit Manager Report, Kit: option to keep empty lines when the pad is empty.
Changelog:
  • support for Ugritone KVLT Drums II (v3.0.6 with default mapping and minimized window)
  • support for GetGood Drums One Kit Wonder Classic Rock (with the default Invasion mapping)
  • Superior Drummer 3: support for the Fields of Rock SDX (Dry, Live, Percussion, Stone)
  • Superior Drummer 3 / EZdrummer 2: support for the Electronic Edge and In The Pocket EZX expansions.
  • GetGood Drums: fixed issue with the hihat when using some SDSE options
  • support for Superior Drummer 3 v3.2.5 and v3.2.6
  • support for REAPER 6.40

Here's a great trick that was found by Matt Lee:
You can enjoy the same memory saving benefits as the Max Tune Up feature from the 2box DrumIt on the Alesis Strike!
The new SDSE version allows to use the Max Tune Up option with the Strike profile. It saves a lot of space for a small loss in sound quality. You can try different values to find what you prefer, increasing max tune will lower the sound quality and save more space.

  1. in the new version of SDSE, set Options > Convert > Max tune up to 5
  2. export some instruments with SDSE and copy them to your Strike SD card
  3. open the Strike Editor and create your new instruments, making sure to set the 'SEMI' parameter negative to match your max tune setting (for max tune up 5 in SDSE, set SEMI to -5 in the Strike Editor)