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Superior Drummer Mono Outputs Cubase 7

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  • Atztimpourdakas
    Participant

    Is there any solution for this?

    ScottScott
    Moderator

    You can’t mix outputs between mono and stereo. I use S2 and Cubase Pro 8 everyday. I’ve never found a need to mix mono and stereo outputs when I multiout in Cubase. Are you sending channels out to an analog mixer? Why would you need mono and stereo outputs?

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
    Technical Advisor

    justecreative
    Participant

    Hi Scott,

    I’m having similar issue using Logic Pro X with latest version of Superior Drummer 2.

    Isn’t it common in real world recording to have mono mic on kick, snare and stereo on overheads?

    I watched a presentation on EZ drummer 2 and noticed on its mixer section that kick and snare were mono while overheads were stereo (as expected).

    Does SD2 also have a way to do this?

    Thanks for the help in this.

    Regards,

    Eddy

    ScottScott
    Moderator

    @justecreative said:

    Hi Scott,

    I’m having similar issue using Logic Pro X with latest version of Superior Drummer 2.

    Isn’t it common in real world recording to have mono mic on kick, snare and stereo on overheads?

    I watched a presentation on EZ drummer 2 and noticed on its mixer section that kick and snare were mono while overheads were stereo (as expected).

    Does SD2 also have a way to do this?

    Thanks for the help in this.

    Regards,

    Eddy

    Are you trying to multi-out into Logic or using the mixer in S2? I don’t use Logic so I don’t know if you can mix stereo and mono channels out from S2 into Logic.

    You can multi-out into Logic. See the FAQ below.

    How do I set up Superior Drummer for multichannel operation in Logic?

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
    Technical Advisor

    caustix
    Participant

    It’s because UAD plugins (mono) use less DSP on mono tracks and behave differently too.

    It makes complete sense so have mono for kick, snare etc and stereo for overheads and what not. Why this isn’t a feature is beyond me! I have just bought the VSTi and kinda regretting it already 🙁

    Can there possibly be an update on the horizon? There’s gotta be!

    HenrikHenrik
    Forum Crew

    For Cubase users, we have made a setting in SD3 that enables mono out. This is a special case for Cubase, since it’s hard (if even possible?) in Cubase to route a stereo channel to two separate mono channels. The output busses in SD3 will look like stereo busses, but hard pan left on stereo out 1/2 will be channel 1, hardpan right will be channel 2 etc.

    Henrik Ekblom - User Experience Designer
    Toontrack

    BezOBezO
    Participant

    Anything new on this? Is it not possible to send a kit piece out of an SD3 mono output into a, in my case, Logic Pro X mono output?

    The groove baby, the groove...

    AsaP
    Participant

    It’s because UAD plugins (mono) use less DSP on mono tracks and behave differently too.

    It makes complete sense so have mono for kick, snare etc and stereo for overheads and what not. Why this isn’t a feature is beyond me! I have just bought the VSTi and kinda regretting it already 🙁

    Can there possibly be an update on the horizon? There’s gotta be!

    That’s correct.

    It’s still the same problem in SD3.

    Disappointing.

    SD 3.1.4
    Windows-10 1903
    Nuendo-8.1.10
    Nuendo-10
    Roland TD-20X

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