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how do i set up a 9 piece kit in Superior Drummer?
December 10, 2016
7:58 am CET
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BladeLawless
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I have a 9 piece kit:

2 bass drums
4 rack toms
2 floor toms
1 snare
also:
1 ride
2 crashes
1 hihat

I am currently awaiting delivery of a 56 input Megadrum interface, just purchased Superior Drummer and can not figure out how and if it is even possible to add a bass drum and a rack tom. Superior is missing these two drums and every expansion pack I have seen has only three rack toms. I am sure it's a stupid question but just need some guidance. Would love to have my e-kit set up in Superior so I don't have to fiddle with that part of Superior when my Megadrum arrives. Thanks in advance.DSC_0030.JPGImage Enlarger

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December 11, 2016
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Its the easiest thing to do in SD2 to add X Drums once you dial up an X Drum you hit learn and hit the trigger and your most of the way there.
You then can save that custom Mapping as a template and then also a few different setups that include chosen sounds then you don't have to waste time "making" them when you start up just load and play.
There are Bigger kits .Some in EZD2 format and they will work in SD2.

December 11, 2016
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juicy said
Its the easiest thing to do in SD2 to add X Drums once you dial up an X Drum you hit learn and hit the trigger and your most of the way there.
You then can save that custom Mapping as a template and then also a few different setups that include chosen sounds then you don't have to waste time "making" them when you start up just load and play.
There are Bigger kits .Some in EZD2 format and they will work in SD2.  

hmmm, have to get Metal Foundry since it has a ton of rack tom sizes to choose from, Superior has only 3 rack tom sizes available.

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