Logic Pro 9 and the Roland TD-20
Jul 12th, 2010, 03:30
I'm wanting to record each instrument from my TD-20 onto seperate midi tracks and then record the TD-20's audio through the 8 direct outs into my audio interface. The TD-20 has the option to change the note values of each trigger and can designate seperate channels per trigger. I had considered just recording all the triggers on track 10 and then do the "seperate events by note pitch" option but then i'm thinking there's different notes/TRACKS just for each function of the hi-hat or the snare with the additional note for rimshot. This is definately a first for me and i'm aware that you can't make drum maps in logic but is there a more streamline way of doing this? Maybe a way of quasi-drum mapping it? haha I'm wondering if the internal drum sounds in the TD-20 are worth the hassle. I'd really love to track all instruments seperately though for sure but also using midi. Any thoughts or advice?