Are your samples raw?
Not quite– there’s some very light EQ on most of the shells and additional processing on the kicks. However, we’ve kept the processing to a minimum to give you as many options as possible.
How do I route GGD in my DAW?
GGD comes with multi-out templates for Cubase, Logic and Pro Tools, and users have posted unofficial templates for other DAWs (Reaper, Studio One, etc) in the GGD Forum. You can also check out this handy tutorial.
Can I get a refund?
Due to the nature of GetGood Drums, LLC products (non-tangible digital goods), it is not possible to “return” a product therefore we do not offer refunds or exchanges after a purchase is made.
Do I have to pay you any fees beyond the purchase price if I use these sounds in my compositions for a Film, Album, Game or other recording?
There are no other fees to pay, provided you use our sounds in the context of a musical composition and not as part of a library of sounds.
When will I get my order?
Most orders are instant. If you don’t receive your order immediately, you may have entered your email address incorrectly or your email server’s spam filter has blocked your order email from arriving to your inbox.
My library keeps timing out in demo mode?
Halpern 2.0 is now a Kontakt Player Library, so if you haven’t updated yet, do so now! GGD Lite and Halpern 1.0 were built for Kontakt Full, not Kontakt Player. You must have Kontakt Full in order to use them as it was intended, however, the demo mode for Kontakt Player allows you to use the library for fifteen minutes. It is possible to get a great sound in just 15 minutes, save and re-open and then print your work to audio. If this is an issue for simply purchase or update to Halpern 2.0!
So what do I need to use GGD?
GGD libraries are built for Kontakt Full and Slate Trigger. We currently do not support any other formats.