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Old 02-27-2014, 12:35 PM
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Default Recording Drums

Hello Drummers!

I have a question.
Soon i will begin to record drums for my band's first demo. I would like to do that with my e-Kit via Midi to USB cable into my laptop. Record it midi and than use Addictive Drums.

Is this posseible with any regular Midi to USB cable?
Because i read something about latency etc.

My thoughts where. If i record via midi into my computer, and send it back, i will get latency.
But if i use my jack output(of my laptop, with click track and everything) and plug it into my mixer. And than the jackoutput of my E-kit in the mixer to. I can hear myself with the clicktrack with no latency, and just record the midi into my laptop using the Midi to usb cable.

Will this work?
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Old 02-28-2014, 12:57 AM
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Default Re: Recording Drums

It will work fine, keep in mind MIDI is not audio, you will need to trigger something in your DAW
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