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Is it possible to export the Td-30 drums by USB to separate tracks ?

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  • Is it possible to export the Td-30 drums by USB to separate tracks ?

    So far I have just been recording to one STEREO track but I am wondering if there is a way to get each drum on a separate track ? (I am using presonus studio one)

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    Are you using a Presonus desk as well, I'm pretty sure the usb on the module is usb input not an output, I direct line from mine to the 16.0.2 so record separate tracks that way

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    • #3
      My new TD-30 came with an insert page for the manual about USB audio - it can output as well as input audio to a computer once the driver is installed, but the output is apparently the same as output from the Master Out jacks in which case I assume you can't get each drum on a separate track that way.
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        Originally posted by Pits View Post
        Are you using a Presonus desk as well, I'm pretty sure the usb on the module is usb input not an output, I direct line from mine to the 16.0.2 so record separate tracks that way
        you mean use 8 different cords to record each track?? year I could do that.. but that's a huge pain.. It is not that bad just getting the stereo track. .though quantizing in StudioOne would be cleaner if I could do it on the individual drums

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        • #5
          Perhaps going midi through VST might also be a solution, far easier to quantize that way as well, I was wrong about the usb so perhaps I'm best to bower out of this one. I only output the snare and bass separate and "stereo" the rest

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          • #6
            The USB is only a stereo out. To track record in Studio One (or any DAW) I use a Presonus Audio Box VSL1818 and it works great. I was able to grab one on special for $300 and it came with a basic copy of Studio One. You can look around for used deals on other 8 input USB interfaces too, but you need one to utilize the 8 outputs.
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              Originally posted by Pits View Post
              Perhaps going midi through VST might also be a solution, far easier to quantize that way as well, I was wrong about the usb so perhaps I'm best to bower out of this one. I only output the snare and bass separate and "stereo" the rest

              How hard is it to do that? I means do I have to go through mapping each thing to each drum and take an hour.. or is there some sort of preset for studio one that maps everything to the VST drums correctly ?

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