gmontano wrote:As an edrummer - I would love an advanced metronome that I could easily set to play back various subdivisions such as 1/4, 1/8. 1/16, 1/32, triplets, sextuplets, etc. to practice to.
purtington wrote:nonsqtr wrote:btw I should also note the BFD-3 manual makes specific reference to a checkbox called "Turn MIDI Output On", which is allegedly on the "Session Preferences" page, and none of that stuff exists. There is no such checkbox, anywhere.
Go to, 'tools/preferences/session and make sure the "Send Midi Out" box is checked.
It is quite clearly there.
purtington wrote:nonsqtr wrote:.
I CAN NOT import the whole palette at once, it's impossible. I have to export each midi groove independently, and then reconstruct the palette in ProTools. That's "very bad", it's entirely unforgivable from the standpoint of workflow. It turns a five minute task into a five HOUR task, and I just don't have time like that when I'm trying to compete with the next guy down the street for work.
Are you trying to get your entire pallet into pro-tools midi track by dragging it?
I just tried this in cakewalks sonar and you're right, it won't let you do it although I'm not entirely sure if it's sonar or BFD3 that won't accept it. I just can't for the life of me figure out how it could take you FIVE hours to drag an entire pallet into your midi track?
Typically pallets don't contain much more then 20 or so grooves so just dragging them one at a time shouldn't take more than a few minutes.
It's not something I do myself as I prefer to create my own drum tracks and rarely use the included grooves or pallets but I just dragged the entire pallet into a midi track in sonar in less than 10 seconds.
Load a pallet, select the the entire pallet in the right hand browser by clicking on the top groove and hold down control/shift and select the bottom groove, this will select them all (highlighted in blue) then drag them as one into the BFD3 track at the bottom of the editor, from there you can drag the entire track into your midi track.
Perhaps I'll make a video although I think there may already be one on youtube
Edit: Okay, so I looked on youtube and found nothing so here's a quick video to demonstrate
Hope that helps
kafka wrote:I'd like to see a master trim knob - not the master output gain, but a master trim. I still use those super hot BFD2/London kits a lot, and it would be nice to be able to trim all kit pieces down at the source instead of just at the output.
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