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question about creating seperate tracks in Drums from hell

Discussion in 'Drums' started by tempest1226, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. tempest1226

    tempest1226 Guest

    hey everyone. I really need some adice/help. I have protools 6.4 and just bought drums from hell superior. I finally got sound and everything hooked up but i am trying to find out, how do I set up seperate tracks (in detail, cause im new to alot of this) for each individual drum. So that i can add plugins and eq each drum with the eqing and FX all going to one track with all the drums on it. Right now I have a mono audio track and a midi track. so all the drums ive chosen in DFH are going to the audio track. Any help would be great. thank you so much
     
  2. Groff

    Groff Active Member

    Record (process) midi to audio in separate tracks – solo each drum element / mic position. IMO it's better to have all tracks in same domain for mixing.
     
  3. natural

    natural Active Member

    I'm not sure about DFH but when I bought BFD it came with a printed manual as well as a PDF manual,as well as interactive help labels on the GUI. In these documents it gave a step by step process for getting direct outputs and also explained how to do it for different DAW software and the mulitude of different types of setups that people might have.
    I assume that DFH is similar. I can't imagine that they would sell a product without a manual, or a users guide that would cover this common topic)
    More than likely there's a menu or button that takes you to a setup page where you assign the outputs. Or there are multiple versions of DFH. (A stereo mix version and a Multi output version-both of course would be loaded at the time of installation)
    Perhaps you can ck at their website and simply download the instructions? Certainly your user's licence would allow this, no?
    hope this helps (at least a little)
     

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