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How can I trigger V-Drums using Logic Audio Platinum's midi capabilities?

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  • captain54
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    I have used this software quite a bit, exclusively with drums, about 4 or 5 different modules and it works great...

    the answer lies in setting up your midi environment for your drum module...

    The easiest way to do it would be to go the the swiftkick.com .(len sasso site) do a search, and check to see if someone already has an environment already set up for the td-10..I'm 99% sure there is...

    Then download it, open it up in a new project, and simply assign whatever midi port
    you need to to that particular module...

    Its fairly easy and if you need any help let me know..

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  • How can I trigger V-Drums using Logic Audio Platinum's midi capabilities?

    Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you have any experience doing this from a computer. Basically I did some midi programming and would like to hear what the potential drum track will sound like using v-drum sounds (td10 + spd20). I have the cabling set up correctly I believe... Now I just have to figure out how to program Logic to see the vdrums.
    Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

    Jason

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