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Using Drummer MIDI in Battery, etc - what's up with Articulation IDs?


bhuether
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Hi,

I noticed when using Drummer created MIDI region, that G#1 notes were being played in Battery as A#1.  I then noticed in List Editor that these G#1 notes had Articulation ID 4.  In Battery, these G#1's only play as G#1,s when the Articulation ID is 1,2, or 3 (or nothing, '-'). 

What is really going on here? Is there a way to enable proper playback of Drummer created MIDI patterns in other plugins, so that a given note triggers that note in the plugin, and not some other note based on Articulation ID?

 

thanks

 

 

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7 hours ago, bhuether said:

Hi,

I noticed when using Drummer created MIDI region, that G#1 notes were being played in Battery as A#1.  I then noticed in List Editor that these G#1 notes had Articulation ID 4.  In Battery, these G#1's only play as G#1,s when the Articulation ID is 1,2, or 3 (or nothing, '-'). 

What is really going on here? Is there a way to enable proper playback of Drummer created MIDI patterns in other plugins, so that a given note triggers that note in the plugin, and not some other note based on Articulation ID?

thanks

You could open the MIDI region in the event list, make sure the Articulation column is displayed, select all events and set Articulation to "-"

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