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Moose, March 26, 2014 in Musicians' Corner
To record the sounds straight from the module you shouldn't need more than a MIDI-USB cable, then use the mixer in your DAW to assign the pads to different tracks. It's easier than it sounds but can be fiddly to get set up.
Yeah if you use midi you'll have to trigger a drum sampler in your DAW. The drum sampler's as good as the MIDI info it's getting from the module, so if it's pumping totally detailed MIDI in to the DAW (as it will be, cause you've got a good electric kit and skillz yo) it'll sound awesome.
Check out this for an idea.
I recorded some rough Marionettes demos on an electric kit (sound straight from the module) and it sounded OKish. Using the midi to trigger some of the shit hot drum software you get these days would be the way I'd go now though.
Are there multiple outputs from the brain for each piece of the kit? If you are happy with the sound of the kit could you not just record the stereo output into your DAW?
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