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Old 02-07-2010, 12:58 PM
sirprotools sirprotools is offline
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Default superior drummer 2 pro tools LE 7.4 track routing: help!

For the life of me I cannot get my output tracks from SD2 onto individual instrument audio tracks in PT LE 7.4. I have a midi track with note info routed to SD2 on an audio track, which I can monitor. Problem is, I am trying to route each instrument, eg. bass drum, snare, etc to a separate track and it is not working.

First, when I go to monitor SD with an additional PT audio or aux track, I can see an input under plugins for "superior drummer multi out - superior drum monitor -- insert A" and then and arrow and a drop down with "S2 to S16". Ok, good so far, except the bass drums are on S1 -- output 1 in SD. Whatever track I select, S2, S3, etc, no matter if I have an instrument assigned to that output in SD, it doesn't register in the PT track on which it is selected.

I am sure I am doing something very basic incorrectly, but I have read the entire SD manual (and a good bit of the PT manual), and I just don't see it.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Seth
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Old 02-07-2010, 06:42 PM
nst7 nst7 is offline
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Default Re: superior drummer 2 pro tools LE 7.4 track routing: help!

The easiest way is to set up a stereo instrument track and insert SD on it. Then set up some mono aux tracks, and a couple of stereo aux tracks for the overheads and room mics. Then you should be able to route SD's outputs to whichever aux tracks you want. And of course set the input of the aux tracks to receive whichever SD output you want. This will allow you to process the tracks individually.

If you want to record the individual instruments as audio, just set up audio tracks instead of aux tracks, the same way, and record arm them, etc.

There's no need to set up any midi tracks.
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