|Sep 5, 2009, 06:07 AM||#1|
Creating drum patterns
I use Ultrabeat in Logic 9 but there's some drum kits that I like to hear that was included in the Jam Pack Rhythm section. I did some research and so far and came to conclude that using those other kits like the Headbanger Kit is for use with the EXS24 sampler. Can anyone confirm..?
I thought it would be easier to program my patterns (or faster) using something like Ultrabeat's drum machine but I can't figure out if the Headbanger Kit, or EXS24 doesn't have a "programming a drum pattern" menu.. can anyone help me with this? I think I remember my friend being able to do something like using FL Studio but I'm not exactly sure
|Sep 5, 2009, 06:00 PM||#2|
You can import an EXS24 kit into Ultrabeat. Then you can use the Pattern area in Ulrabeat to create the pattern.
Or Use the Hyper Editor. This can be turned into a Pattern editor like in Ultrabeat. Only thing is it doesn't look as good.
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