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  • Scott Eshleman
    Participant

    I don’t have an e-kit or any e-devices configured for my EZDrummer2 implementation,
    so this is only a suggestion and I’ve not tested it:

    1. after configuring your EZDrummer kit, presets, MIDI device (in Settings), etc,
    2. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Set as Default Project” from the Project option on the menu

    if that alone doesn’t work to your satisfaction, try these steps that adds one additional step
    1. after configuring your EZDrummer kit, presets, MIDI device (in Settings), etc,
    2. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Save Project…” from the Project option on the menu
    3. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Set as Default Project” from the Project option on the menu

    robert077
    Participant

    I don’t have an e-kit or any e-devices configured for my EZDrummer2 implementation,

    so this is only a suggestion and I’ve not tested it:

    1. after configuring your EZDrummer kit, presets, MIDI device (in Settings), etc,

    2. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Set as Default Project” from the Project option on the menu

    if that alone doesn’t work to your satisfaction, try these steps that adds one additional step

    1. after configuring your EZDrummer kit, presets, MIDI device (in Settings), etc,

    2. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Save Project…” from the Project option on the menu

    3. from the Menu dropdown in EZDrummer2 (top right of EZD window), select “Set as Default Project” from the Project option on the menu

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