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Old 09-05-2013, 12:12 AM
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Default Re: Recording Electronic Drums

Prety simple, you need an interface like the one you are talking about. Then you need a program like garage band, cubase, pro tools, whatever, tha has a drum program in it that will capture the midi and then trigger sounds.


The thing that confuses most people is that MIDI is NOT sounds, it is a control language that will tell a program what ro play, when, how loud, for how long etc...


You can also record the audio from your edrums as well.

Check this out

http://www.macjams.com/article.php?s...40128064923856


i hope this helps you get started
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