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Old 03-19-2008, 08:42 AM
Munir Munir is offline
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Default Splitting Drums On EZ Drummer !!!

Hello, I work with EZ Drummer and I program all my MIDI in one track. Now; I have heard that there is a function which I can use that when I am done programming the drums I can do this "thing" which will bounce all my drum parts in different AUDIO (not MIDI) tracks so I can mix everything separately. Does anyone know how to do this and would be so kind to give me a step by step procedure ???

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Old 03-19-2008, 05:59 PM
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Default Re: Splitting Drums On EZ Drummer !!!

It doesn't use audio tracks but does use several aux tracks. Open the ezdrummer mixer and see at the bottom of each fader where you can change the assignment from the default 1/2 to other auxes(sorry I am not at my rig right now so memory may be overtaxed). I just setup an instrument track with ezdrummer as a plugin, then add a bunch of stereo aux tracks and assign (from the ezdrummer mixer) sounds to various aux tracks. Once you have this done, you can use inserts and sends on each drum sound(or set of sounds) as though they were audio tracks. Once I got it working the first time, I saved that as a template session and just Import Session Data when I create a new track and want that setup. I highly recommend that you create a new session and experiment till you get it working. That way you don't risk messing up any working sessions while you figure it out. I even have it setup so I can play the ezdrum sounds and record by playing either my Roland TD10 kit, or using an M-Audio trigger finger on my desk. Have fun with it.
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