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Old 10-10-2004, 07:42 PM
IVcrane IVcrane is offline
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Default Midi mapping

I have a bunch of midi drum files. The problem is that the notes don'y match up. For instance the bass drum is set at D1 in the file, but the bass drum is c1 in BFD/ProTools. This is the case for all the drums. I tried transposing D1 to C1 and end up getting the notes moved to -c1 or other random notes. Is there a way to change the notes other than manually as all the files I have are set to the same notes in which I have a midi map. I have dozens of files with the exact same notes for each drum and need to get it to match BFD/ProTOOLS PLUGIN
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