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Battery 3 via Pro Tools

I finally learned from another post on how to get indivual tracks for each cell. So this is how I did it for a session.

I created six new instrument tracks, and loaded battery 3 in with my preset kit. I proceeded to make the according assignments from each cell to its individual track (snare, kick, vox sample, etc.). I then recorded a take and tried to copy a segment to paste and make loops. However once I pasted the copied segment it wouldn't playback that section.

Now I noticed how I had to have the track that Battery was running off of in record, for it to even work for the other tracks. I don't know exactly where I went wrong, but would love some redirection.

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Could you please link me to the post that explains how to sent each cell to its own track? I've been trying to figure this out for the longest time.

I'm using PT 7...
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It was actually one of my threads, so if you just search my posts (which arent many) Im sure you'll stumble upon it.

Pretty much go to the master section of the cell, and change the output from master to another output, which will be something like 3/4 etc. once you have that done for each cell go to another empty track and change the input like this.....click on the input, choose plugin, and whatever output you chose for the cell you are trying to record. Lemme know if you have any issues, as I kind of jumbled this all up. lol.

I am using PT 7 as well so this should work.

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Why not make individual midi tracks and set their outputs to Battery 3?
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i tried with midi tracks, but couldn't make it work
the only way i was able to make it work was with instrument tracks
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I just did it. With midi AND I can assign individual cells to their own individual aux or audio track.
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hmmmm, gonna have to give it another shot to see if i can figure it out
thanks for the heads up
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d.dot.

Thats could be my solution. Could you give me a breakdown of how you got to your end result?

Creating new midi tracks, assigning their output to the input of a designated cell?

That sounds a little confusing for me. Would really appreciate it.

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Thats could be my solution. Could you give me a breakdown of how you got to your end result?

Creating new midi tracks, assigning their output to the input of a designated cell?

That sounds a little confusing for me. Would really appreciate it.

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No, not individual cells.

1.Create an instrument track and insert Battery 3.

2. Create however many MIDI tracks you may need and set their outputs to Battery.

3. If you want, you have the option to assign individual cells to separate outs. Click on the pad, then click cell. Under the master volume, there's a pull-down box where you can assign the individual outs to plug-in buses. Create as many aux, or audio tracks that you need and assign to them the appropriate plug-in input.

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Alright I will try it out.

The last way I tried to accomplish this task, I had to have the instrument track which Battery was on in record as well.

Is this the case with your scenario?

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