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Creating & recording drum parts for entire song?

 
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valhalla



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2019 10:03 pm    Post subject: Creating & recording drum parts for entire song? Reply with quote

There are several ways to create the drum parts for a song like using the arpeggiator, RPPR, using an existing pattern or importing one from a MIDI file I believe. Please correct me on this if this isn't right. Are there more ways than this?

I want to start recording songs on the Triton Extreme or using it to record on a Tascam digital recorder or eventually, if I get a copy of it, Pro Tools. How do you create each of the parts and put them together for a song so all the changes and breaks etc. are put together the right way??? Which is the easiest way and which is the best way for getting what you want? What are the pros and cons of each way?

I searched for this but did not see anything for the Triton. If the methods are at least similar on other keyboards, please explain the basic ideas.

Will someone please start a dialog with me about his?

Thanks!

Val
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