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Drums during playback & mixdown

Discussion in 'Drums' started by anonymous, Jun 4, 2005.

  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    I have recorded the drums. And during mixdown, I want to use the midi jack on my Triton keyboard to double the kick drum on each hit. Who else has done this?
    I figure if I go from the 24 track recorder to the mixer, then to a unit something like the Roland TMC 6 (it's a Trigger to MIDI Converter). Somebody tell me this is do-able!
     
  2. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    Are you on a DAW ?

    place a midi note under each kick

    if you are all analog then you will need a unit like a D4
     
  3. anonymous

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    No
    Yes, I am using analog
    But the 24 track recorder is a Mackie SDR 24/96 has midi in/out, and digital ins/outs, along with a word clock I/O and SMPTE.
    Will the D4 work with my the Triton? Or does the D4 have drums samples in it? I would MUCH rather use my Korg Triton's drum sounds rather than....
    ...Well the whole durn point of me getting this keyboard was to someday use the drums samples.
    I get good drums recordings anyhow, it's just that I want to add that sample to another track, so the drummers will go goo goo gaa gaa :p
     
  4. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    yes
    yes
    it has samples

    I don't know where to start
    :roll:
    entering the world of midi is as difficult as recording a drum kit well
    I grew up with midi and with DOS and with keyboards and analog recording ... so this all makes sense to me


    the D4 can be setup to trigger from a split of your kick track and the midi can be sent to the Triton ... all in real time just as if it where a ... reverb or delay unit
     
  5. anonymous

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    That is why I waited soooo long to get into MIDI. Before I never needed it.
    That sounds great! Thanks Kev
     

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