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Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of Your Drum Module Plugin



Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1: The Ultimate Drum Machine for Cubase




If you are looking for a powerful and versatile drum machine that works seamlessly with Cubase, you should check out Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1. This 32-bit VST instrument plugin is an updated version of the classic LM4 drum module that was released in 1998. It offers 18 channels/pads, up to 20 velocity zones per pad, over 50 drum sets included, 12 outputs (3 stereo and 6 mono), velocity switching, pitch and panning for each instrument, ADSR envelope per pad, and an integrated BitCrusher effect. You can also load your own samples or use the additional soundbanks that are available for purchase.




Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1.


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In this article, we will show you how to install and use Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 in Cubase, how to create epic drum sounds with the included Drumkit From Hell soundbank, and how to tweak and customize your drum kits to suit your musical style and genre.


Introduction




Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 is a drum module plugin that simulates a real drum kit with high-quality samples and realistic dynamics. It is designed to work flawlessly with Cubase, one of the most popular digital audio workstations (DAWs) on the market. Whether you are producing rock, metal, pop, hip hop, electronic, or any other genre of music, you can find a suitable drum set in Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 or create your own from scratch.


Some of the main features and benefits of Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1 .1 are:


  • It is compatible with Cubase and other VST hosts that support 32-bit plugins.



  • It has 18 channels/pads that can be triggered by MIDI notes or by clicking on the user interface.



  • It has over 50 drum sets included, ranging from acoustic to electronic, from vintage to modern, from realistic to synthetic.



  • It has a built-in BitCrusher effect that can add distortion and noise to your drum sounds.



  • It has a drag and drop feature that allows you to rearrange or replace pads easily.



  • It has a flexible output routing that lets you assign each pad to a different output channel for further processing.



  • It has a comprehensive user interface that lets you adjust the volume, pan, pitch, mute, solo, output, envelope, and BitCrusher settings for each pad.



  • It supports up to 20 velocity zones per pad, which means you can have different samples playing depending on how hard you hit the pad.



  • It allows you to load your own samples or use additional soundbanks that are available for purchase.



  • It allows you to create and save your own drum kits and presets.



To get Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1, you need to purchase it from the official Steinberg website or from an authorized dealer. The price is $99.99 USD. You will also need an eLicenser USB key to activate the plugin. The system requirements are:


Operating SystemCPURAMDisk Space


Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32-bit)Pentium/Athlon 800 MHz or faster512 MB or more100 MB or more


Mac OS X 10.4/10.5/10.6 (32-bit)G4 800 MHz or faster512 MB or more100 MB or more


How to Install and Use Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 in Cubase




To install Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1, you need to follow these steps:


  • Download the installer file from the Steinberg website or insert the installation CD into your computer.



  • Run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your serial number and select the destination folder for the plugin.



  • Connect your eLicenser USB key to your computer and launch the eLicenser Control Center. You will need to enter your activation code and register your plugin online.



  • Restart your computer and launch Cubase.



To use Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 in Cubase, you need to follow these steps:


  • In Cubase, go to Devices > VST Instruments or press F11 to open the VST Instrument Rack.



  • In the VST Instrument Rack, click on an empty slot and select Steinberg LM4 Mark II from the list of plugins. Alternatively, you can use the MediaBay to browse and load Steinberg LM4 Mark II presets.



  • A new MIDI track will be created automatically for Steinberg LM4 Mark II. You can rename it, change its color, and assign it to a folder if you want.



  • You can now play Steinberg LM4 Mark II using your MIDI keyboard or controller, or by clicking on the pads on the user interface. You can also record, edit, and arrange MIDI clips in Cubase as usual.



  • You can access and edit the user interface of Steinberg LM4 Mark II by clicking on the Edit button in the VST Instrument Rack or by double-clicking on the plugin name in the Inspector panel of the MIDI track.



How to Create Epic Drum Sounds with the Included Drumkit From Hell Soundbank




If you are into metal or rock music, you will love the Drumkit From Hell soundbank that is included with Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1. This soundbank was created by Toontrack in collaboration with Meshuggah drummer Tomas Haake. It features over 1.7 GB of raw and unprocessed drum samples, recorded with multiple microphones and mixed by Daniel Bergstrand. It has 12 drum kits, each with 18 pads, and covers a wide range of styles and sounds, from heavy to thrash, from black to death, from classic to modern.


To load and use Drumkit From Hell presets in Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1, you need to follow these steps:


  • In the user interface of Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1, click on the Load button in the top left corner.



  • In the browser window that opens, navigate to the folder where you installed Steinberg LM4 Mark II VSTi V1.1 and find the subfolder called Drumkit From Hell.