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Transferring td10 sounds to drum module

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  • Transferring td10 sounds to drum module

    I've recently acquired Reason(Propellerhead software), a virtual electronic musician's rack. It has a drum module, ReDrum, with 10 channels and lots of onscreen controls. I'd like to be able to import TD10 sounds/kits to that module. I understand that patches on this site are '.td1' extension. Is it possible to create other formats (.wav) which could be used by ReDrum or the like???

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    Thanks Chris. That's what I thought I'd have to do.

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      The argument that noone seems to get is that the TD-10 sounds, or a lot of them at least, are lame unless you modify them to your liking.

      Therefore, a bulk dump of all the sounds in the TD-10 would just give you more sounds that you'd have to modify in Reason with effects anyway.

      I would modify the sounds you want to hear on the TD-10, then just record them in a single wave editor.

      BINARY

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BINARY:
        Therefore, a bulk dump of all the sounds in the TD-10 would just give you more sounds that you'd have to modify in Reason with effects anyway.

        I think this is not possible. As you wrote yourself in antother post, the Vdrums start with a basic sample and next the COSM technique come to help. So if you dump a sound in any programm, then this is not a basic sample but an already edited sound. For instance a snare with a pinstripe head on it and a bronze 8 inch deep shell. I don't think it is possible to edit this drum afterwards to a clear head with 3,5 inch wooden shell.
        Robert

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        • #5
          Yes that's true - that's not what I meant, allow me to clearify.
          I used the term 'bulk dump' incorrectly, basically what I'm talking about was dumping the sounds into a single wave editor like I mentioned above by recording all the sounds one by one. You'd then have to cut up the file to get all the sounds seprately.

          It was stupid of me to say 'bulk dump of the sounds,' when the Roland "bulk dump" really just means a dump of the MIDI info.

          Thanks for keeping me on my toes, and sorry for the confusion.

          BIN

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