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Multitrack record in standalone mode with EZDrummer,is it possible?
October 24, 2016
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mick kennedy
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Been working with EZDrummer 2 and loving it in standalone mode.Is it possible to multitrack record in stand alone mode ??I'm running Roland TD 30 kit via midi Also been running Superior Drummer in stand alone via Toontrack solo, and have the same question about multitrack record.

October 25, 2016
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John
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Hi,

what exactly do you mean with 'Multitrack record'?
Are you meaning 'can I record MIDI to the Song Track while using multiple outputs from the plugin'? If so, the answer is yes.
If you mean ' can I record the MIDI split onto separate MIDI tracks per instrument on the Song Track'? Then the answer is no.
Please elaborate.

BR,
John

October 26, 2016
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mick kennedy
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Hi John, Yes I want record directly from the multiple mixer outs from the plugin into my daw I'm just unsure what routing I need to do to achieve this.The only midi involved is triggering the sounds from the V Drums via the TD 30 module and Motu midi interface.I've been recording happily onto a midi instrument track but would really like to be able to record multitrack direct from the plugin in . Mick

October 30, 2016
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Hi,

the exact procedure depends on which DAW you are using and also whether you are using Superior 2 or EZdrummer 2.
Superior 2 has got an internal Bounce feature that can render incoming MIDI to separate Audio Files per microphone, which IOW makes any setting up and routing for multitrack recording unnecessary.

If you wish to multitrack record live from the plugins, you first need to set them up for multichannel output in your DAW (covered in the FAQ) and then create a Send from each output track to separate Audio Track Inputs.

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John

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