EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS

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2013/03/23 08:27:06 (permalink)

EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS

Hi I have mapped my midi drum grooves and insert Cakewalk TS-1 as my soft synth. How can I export this midi drum map, keeping all the timing and tempo changes. The plan is to import then back into a say cubase..for further mixing and then mastering thanks so much
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    57Gregy
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    Re:EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS 2013/03/23 10:18:31 (permalink)
    Welcome to the forum.
    What do you mean by "MIDI Drum Maps"?
    A MIDI track that has drums in it? Or an actual MIDI drum map?

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    Re:EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS 2013/03/23 13:31:35 (permalink)
    On the midi track I have mapped a drums grooves ( kick, snare and cymbals).. Used cakewalk TTS-1 soft Synth...not I want to export this midi track, I have combine the midi clips to one midi clip...

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    Re:EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS 2013/03/24 09:47:59 (permalink)
    I'll assume you're talking about a MIDI track, not a MIDI drum map, then.
    Do a File>Save As and save it as a MIDI file.

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    Re:EXPORT MIDI DRUM MAPS 2013/03/24 17:26:00 (permalink)
    If it is laid out the way you want them

    Why not just Bounce the tracks and export that?  Just thinking outloud, I dont do this type much.


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