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Old 02-06-2010, 07:07 AM
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Default Re: EZdrummer-routing tracks in pro tools

Don't know. I just clicked "tracks" and it seperated everything out. It was a bit of a pain trying to figure out what each aux channel captured. I just played a little beat with everything in there and solo'd each channel. Then renamed the channel based on what I heard. Cymbals didn't have their own "channel". It comes over in the Overhead and Room mix, which is okay. I can totally work with what I have right now.
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Old 02-06-2010, 09:22 AM
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Default Re: EZdrummer-routing tracks in pro tools

hit the mixer button at the bottom left of ezd..on th mixer page, at the bottom of each channel is its output..set the kick to trk 1, snare to 2 etc...then in pro tools use the different ezd outs as input to your aux/audio channels..should sort it..
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Old 02-09-2015, 09:54 AM
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Default Re: EZdrummer-routing tracks in pro tools

I'm using e-drums as a trigger. I want track 1 to be the bass drum, track 2 is snare, track 3 is hi-hat, track 4 is first tom, etc... is this possible?
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Old 02-10-2015, 02:12 PM
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I'm using e-drums as a trigger. I want track 1 to be the bass drum, track 2 is snare, track 3 is hi-hat, track 4 is first tom, etc... is this possible?
Absolutely. As said, you need to start in the EZdrummer plugin and open the MIXER window. At the bottom of each fader, there is a small box where you select the output path. Then add AUX or AUDIO tracks and assign inputs accordingly. Once done, I would save a plugin prest in Ezdrummer(mine was called "DavesMulti"). At this time, you will need to assign the destination tracks each time you create a session, even if you save your setup as a template. This is a known bug that may(or may not) be fixed in PT12(we can dream....) In any case, this can and does work as I have done the same with a Roland TD-10 kit, using EZdrummer, Superior Drummer and Addictive Drums
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