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Cubase to Logic midi drums problem.

Postby Muris Varajic » Thu Jan 12, 2012 8:59 pm

Greetings people!

I just switched from Cubase to Logic (PC to Mac) and I and I have a problem right away
so I thought someone here might be able to help. :)

I programed several songs in Cubase using AD for drums of course,
then I exported midi and imported it in Logic, assigned AD on proper channel and it does play
but it doesn't play correct pieces of kit, seems like their spots are misplaced or something,
not all the pieces but some...
In Cubase I've always used GM map for drums which is easier for drum editing,
in Logic there's no such thing as far as I know...is that the problem or am I missing something else?

Many many thanks in advance! :)

Muris
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Re: Cubase to Logic midi drums problem.

Postby Tore XLN Audio » Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:30 am

Muris Varajic wrote:Greetings people!

I just switched from Cubase to Logic (PC to Mac) and I and I have a problem right away
so I thought someone here might be able to help. :)

I programed several songs in Cubase using AD for drums of course,
then I exported midi and imported it in Logic, assigned AD on proper channel and it does play
but it doesn't play correct pieces of kit, seems like their spots are misplaced or something,
not all the pieces but some...
In Cubase I've always used GM map for drums which is easier for drum editing,
in Logic there's no such thing as far as I know...is that the problem or am I missing something else?

Many many thanks in advance! :)

Muris

I suggest that you try loading the GM Map Preset in the bottom right of the BEATS page in Addictive Drums. Please note that you will need Addictive Drums 1.5 or higher to be able to do this.
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Re: Cubase to Logic midi drums problem.

Postby Muris Varajic » Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:28 am

Thanks a lot Tore, I'll try that. :)
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