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Old 27th August 2007
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Pro Tools and MIDI mixing

I use battery 3 for my drum beats, and i was wondering if there is a way to bus an audio track for each individual midi note, while keeping all the midi data as one track. is this possible to do? otherwise for mixing, im going to have to create an instrument track for every sound, so id have to have the battery plug-in open like 7 times.
Old 27th August 2007
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Just to clarify, you actually want to have an audio track for each individual cell in battery correct? I know battery is capable of doing this. It automatically loads the audio tracks in SX3. Not sure how to go about it in PT though. Check the battery manual .
Old 27th August 2007
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Originally Posted by JustinMac View Post
I use battery 3 for my drum beats, and i was wondering if there is a way to bus an audio track for each individual midi note, while keeping all the midi data as one track. is this possible to do? otherwise for mixing, im going to have to create an instrument track for every sound, so id have to have the battery plug-in open like 7 times.
FWIW, Session Drummer 2 in Sonar 6P does this perfectly. Thought I'd pass this just along in case you might be thinking about another DAW app.

DaveT
Old 27th August 2007
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You can record all the sounds to a single midi track, but when it comes time to record each sound to a seperate audio track... go back into battery and mute all the sounds except one. Repeat for each sound.
Old 28th August 2007
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Originally Posted by Neruk View Post
You can record all the sounds to a single midi track, but when it comes time to record each sound to a seperate audio track... go back into battery and mute all the sounds except one. Repeat for each sound.
neruk ur brilliant. u could have told me in person though
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