Sorry bout the late reply…!
This is what I’ve done !
I just sampled the kit sounds that I liked in SD3.
I made a “MIDI” track in Studio One 5 that played each drum 15 times with velocity from 0 to 127. Then I just exported it as wave file and cut up all the samples and built a new Drum Kit in BBM with them with note values like SD3.
The REAL challenge is to shave off everything you don’t need ( Or hear ) in all those files cause you have only 100MB to work with which is one of the biggest ( or only, if it wasn’t for the lousy connectors ) drawback of BB. But that is a limitation of the hardware that can’t be hacked in any way.
It might not sound exactly like SD3s grooves due to the limitation of only 15 samples per drum. But you can always tweek it by editing it in SD3 at the same time as you listen to your BB with your own samples using the MIDI out feature in SD3.
I save all the grooves I like in SD3 in the user MIDI folder.
Then I monitor them using BB as a sound source and tweek to taste.
Much better sounds and thus grooves than the original BB.
To achieve full Pro quality kit sounds with BB we should have had at least 2GB per drum kit to work with, so we could use like 127 samples on every drum.
I uploaded a kit I’d made on the old forum but it is really only usable if you have MIDI grooves from SD3.
I am going to try and sample a new kit I made in SD3 and also a Conga kit, whenever I get the time for it