0  |  skin: 1 2 3  | Login | Join  | 

Audioindy.com

Mail discussion to a friend Search forums House rules Live chat Login to access your admin About 7161 forums Forum home New Topic

Forums   -   Music techology

Subject: Logic V Drum Midi Mapping


Viewing all 2 messages  -  View by pages of 10:  1


Original Message 1/2                 Date: 13-Mar-21  @  07:12 PM   -   RE: Logic V Drum Midi Mapping

Bob Alot

Posts: 1

Link?:  No link

File?:  No file



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wo_w9b3LbQ&t=0s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhwl-u6nUFk&t=0s 

I recently attempted to record Roland V-Drums into Logic Pro. The 2 videos that I linked above were very helpful in setting the drums up so that we could get sound.  In the 2nd video, it shows how to reroute the midi so that you can use different drum plugins.  

However, I would like to take a different approach and am having problems doing so.  I would like to simply take the midi region from the original live drum performance and move it to another or multiple other new software regions and assign the midi notes where I want them.

For example: Lets say all the drummer played was ride, kick and snare.  I would like to select all the ride hits and move them to where the ride would be in my new software instrument (usually D#2) and then select all the kick notes and manually place them in C1 and the snare notes in C2.

I am unable to do this for some reason.  It seems like the midi region is still assigned to some other type of midi routing.  I don't care at all about the routing or any other data.  All I want to do is have the midi notes and be able to use them as if I triggered them myself from a keyboard or drumpad.

Is there anyway I can seperate the midi region from all of its data and just use the midi notes how I want them?

Any and all advice is much appreciated, Thanks!


 



[ back to forum ]               [quote]

Message 2/2                 Date: 24-Apr-21  @  07:45 PM   -   RE: Logic V Drum Midi Mapping

k

Posts: 12332

Link?: Link

File?:  No file



quote
Bob Alot wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wo_w9b3LbQ&t=0s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhwl-u6nUFk&t=0s 

I recently attempted to record Roland V-Drums into Logic Pro. The 2 videos that I linked above were very helpful in setting the drums up so that we could get sound.  In the 2nd video, it shows how to reroute the midi so that you can use different drum plugins.  

However, I would like to take a different approach and am having problems doing so.  I would like to simply take the midi region from the original live drum performance and move it to another or multiple other new software regions and assign the midi notes where I want them.

For example: Lets say all the drummer played was ride, kick and snare.  I would like to select all the ride hits and move them to where the ride would be in my new software instrument (usually D#2) and then select all the kick notes and manually place them in C1 and the snare notes in C2.

I am unable to do this for some reason.  It seems like the midi region is still assigned to some other type of midi routing.  I dont care at all about the routing or any other data.  All I want to do is have the midi notes and be able to use them as if I triggered them myself from a keyboard or drumpad.

Is there anyway I can seperate the midi region from all of its data and just use the midi notes how I want them?

Any and all advice is much appreciated, Thanks!


 


sorry, i forgot about this question, been very busy
well if you select one of the regions and then open LIST EDIT (icons top right of logic's top bar) it will display all midi events in the region, in time order.. have a look if there is stuff in the region (channel info).
but none of that makes sense about one thing you say.. as it sounds from your description as if it wont let you move the notes in the region to another note number... which cant happen, or i've never heard of it

___________________________________

I had an idea for a script once. It's basically Jaws except when the guys in the boat are going after Jaws, they look around and there's an even bigger Jaws. The guys have to team up with Jaws to get Bigger Jaws.... I call it... Big Jaws!!!



[ back to forum ]               [quote]

Viewing all 2 messages  -  View by pages of 10:  1

There are 2 total messages for this topic





Reply to Thread

You need to register/login to use the forum.

Click here  to Signup or Login !

[you'll be brought right back to this point after signing up]



Back to Forum