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Old 09-07-2015, 06:04 AM
TDlong TDlong is offline
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Default Assign Boom drums to individual tracks?

Can it even be done? Assign each drum and cymbal from boom to it's own track in protools?
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Old 09-07-2015, 12:19 PM
Jakob Clemen Jakob Clemen is offline
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Default Re: Assign Boom drums to individual tracks?

No, not for what I know. I normally do it like this: program all the drumming on one mono track with one instance of Boom. After this I dublicate the track, one for each drum, and then solo the sound thats surpose to output on the specific track.

Its a workaround but it works.

Hope this helps you a little
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