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Roland V-drums TD9. how to (re)map it?


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hi everyone this is my first post so please go easy :D

I have started using Logic Pro X recently, and I am primarily a guitarist.

still I also like to lay down my own drum tracks using Roland V-Drums (TD-9)

 

using the designer kits I get very close to where I want to be, but I still don't understand how to tweak the midi map where needed.

in other words, sometimes I wish I could tell Logic that a certain midi signal is TOM3 and not something else, as an example.

I couldn't find a way to do it. I just know Logic gives a few set maps, one of which is "V-Drums".

 

also, for some reason, one particular trigger I have on the TD9 (a bell cymbal) is only recognised by some Kits and not others.(i.e. in some kits it remains mute)

any ideas why?

 

thank you so much

Fed

 

Logic Pro X

MBPr 15"

Roland TD-9

FOCUSRITE SCARLETT 2I4

endless number of guitars

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Logic Pro X

MBPr 15"

Roland TD-9

FOCUSRITE SCARLETT 2I4

endless number of guitars

 

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sometimes I wish I could tell Logic that a certain midi signal is TOM3 and not something else

 

Use the mapped instrument object in the environment (you'll find it in the "New" menu). Patch it anywhere between the sequencer input and the sequencer input objects in the Click & Ports Layer.

 

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You'll be able to remap incoming notes to other notes in the mapped instrument's editor window (double click the mapped instrument object to open it)

 

J.

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