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willl3 02-23-2014 11:12 AM

Articulation with drum tracks in midi editor
 
How do I change the articulation.
I use the crash on drums
it doesn't do full crash but the stick hits the center of the crash

How do I tell that note to use the edge crash? not just the Crash

right click to what?

velocity has anything to do with it?
cant figure it out

HELP!

Did protool 11 fix this issue?
using bdf2

Shifted Music 02-23-2014 11:23 AM

Re: Articulation with drum tracks in midi editor
 
That is going to have to do with BFD not pro tools.

Most likely its another midi note which triggers the different part of the cymbal.

Best to read up on BFD itself. and the kits.

I usually just click on the notes with either a midi keyboard in the notes few and find the one I want then you can move all the ones that trigger the sound you don't want to the sound you do.

I don't use BFD but I can't imagine it being much different than Slate or Strike...

If you are using a internal BFD midi pattern playing back the sequence then you will need to find out how to export that midi and get it onto a midi track in pro tools for adjusting individual midi notes.

I'm sure that will covered in a youtube video tutorial or in the BFD manual.

In my experience different sounds are triggered by different notes. Like Snare, Snare Rim, and then velocity controls how hard it was hit also like Ride Bell, Ride outter edge...

In all the drum Instruments I have used all different articulations (but not harder softer hits) are done via a different but usually nearby keyboard note.


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