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splitting kick and snare on drummer track


mickturner

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Hello,

I'm working with a producer who is using my logic pro x "drummer" tracks. He asked that I give him the following:

 

Kick on one audio track

Snare on another audio track

the rest of the drums mixed the same minus kick and snare on a stereo pair. Created a midi version of the track, split them, etc. But somehow I can't solo one drum part at a time...they all solo. I want to solo to identify drums. Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

mickturner

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Duplicate the Drummer track twice so you have 3 Drummer tracks.

On track 1, mute everything but the kick in the Drummer editor.

On track 2, mute everything but the snare in the Drummer editor.

On track 3, mute the kick and snare in the Drummer editor.

 

Then choose File > Export > All Tracks as Audio Files.

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But I did that but I can't solo an individual drum part, they all go S (solo) as if they are liniked up somehow because they originated from the same drum part. How do I "unlink" them?

To duplicate your Drummer track, option-drag down the Drummer track header, that creates new independent Drummer tracks that you can solo individually. However if you follow my previous instructions, there's no need to solo anything: just deselect the drum pieces you don't want in the Drummer editor. For example, on track 1, only the kick should stay in yellow. Like this:

 

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just deselect the drum pieces you don't want in the Drummer editor. For example, on track 1, only the kick should stay in yellow. Like this:

 

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I don't think that will work in all situations.

There are plenty of times where the drummer will start to play flams on the snare if you exclude the high-hat.

 

This option is not a pure mute. It's more like a which drums am I aloud to play!

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