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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 15:03:15 (permalink)
Yeah really. I was trying to do some things based upon some of the comments and I have a list of things in my head that would make this better - like incorporating the "hit a note on your keyboard" causes the value in the note box to at least change - a fix that they added to the interpolate dialog and I thought they said "now available in all views" at that time, but this isn't one of them.

Or some other graceful way to get all of the played notes into the drummap manager so you could easily do the sweeping changes, etc. Again, for me or someone with a vdrums kit, it's pretty much a one-timer setup, except for changing one output here or there to remap something, which could be made easier by the above. The same would apply for getting that input map set up for someone who has a KAT, or Trigger Finger or whatever, but it's the output side that just doesn't have the intuitiveness that it could.

I also forgot to mention in the video that this is a great way to avoid the need to split notes to tracks and also makes an easy way to select all snare notes and then perform a process on them, without having to look hard for the note and without having to split it out from the midi stream to do so. I know you can do this with the regular piano roll, it just seems more intuitive to me this way. I also should have shown how fast a bounce can be by porting all the kit parts out to a soft synth as opposed to the "real time" nature of multi-pass midi hardware, which is probably a little bit niche, if you will.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 15:05:33 (permalink)
Blades
Thanks, Mr. VariousArtist. I think it may be a bit too casual, and I've been "criticized" by a co-worker that a 15 minute video would be WAY too long - is it? Or is that the right pace and length for the depth presented?

I'd like to get more form to it in the "planning to record" stage, without making it stuffy, but also streamlining how big the resulting vid is so that I can present it someplace in better than youtube/google video quality.

What do you guys think?


You're welcome Mr. Blades. I think the answer depends on what your goals and target audience are. Right now you have an easy to watch video that gets the point across without getting mired down with being too exhaustive in all the possibilities, nor sounding too corporate (boring) like. It appealed to me because it has a sense of real-world practical usage about it.

You could work a whole bunch more on it, and clean it up and make it more professional, but I think you will find that you'll be crossing into that zone of 80% more effort to gain 20% more results. If that's what you, and importantly, your target audience desires, then go for it.

Me, personally? I'd like to see more of these videos at the expense of higher quality professional clips. As long as they're free. But if you made me pay then I guess I'd change my stance ;-) But I think I can get enough out of these as they stand and at 15 minutes I think you're just inside my "google video" attention span, lol!
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 15:10:37 (permalink)
And just a quick note...

I like the bit where you pause for a second looking for the right audio output, and then mutter something about "who's looking forward to being able to name these audio outputs in Sonar 6". It's an off-the-cuff remark, unplanned, and it made me smile, nod my head in agreement, and gave me a few more minutes capability to focus on the video clip. If you re-work the video to remove that or, worse still, try to force those comments, then it may not be so easy to watch...

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 15:27:53 (permalink)
I agree with Middleman, a learing function for the map manager would be time saving.
I do not think the video was too long. I think it streamlines the process of working with the drum map manager. Thanks Blades.
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 18:09:54 (permalink)
Hey Various Artist. Thx for the feedback. That's exactly the balance I'm trying to get to - I don't want it to feel scripted, and I wouldn't read my way through, but there were some things I had to cut out for a few reasons - they were blank time, or me meandering around for something, or forgetting to set up a few things and having to come back to the PC. I ran through the ideas of what I wanted to do beforehand, but there was not real script or anything.

I am also not planning on getting these to be "so good" so as to sell them. I'm just trying to get a good size, quality, length, ralaxed "I'm sitting here with you describing how I use the program", not - " look how good I am at this!" or anything. I'm completely an amature with this stuff - total hobby.

Thanks again for the feedback. It's helpful.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/12 22:25:30 (permalink)
Hi Blades
Thanks for this. Just getting into it myself and hope that it stays up long enough for me to get completely through it. (I'm still trying to get the basics of Session Drummer down)

Curious,
I'm a video guy as well as into music and use a couple of different programs in productions that call for on-screen scenes such as you have done here. These products all have differing qualities of rez and output to usable video. Just wondering what you use.

Also, there's a whole group of people on a forum I found that do much the same sort of tutorials about video editing here. They have nice looking stuff too.

Thanks for a great job on an important subject for me.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 05:19:24 (permalink)
Blades that was a great tutorial, thanks very much.

I was having problems creating a map for my RY9 drum machine but after watching your video I did it in half an hour this morning.

Much appreciated.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 09:44:48 (permalink)
Blades,
Excellent work! Thanks alot! This is the sort of thing that a newbie such as myself might like to find over at the Sonar Wiki http://sonar.sonarama.com/sonar/index.php/Main_Page
Perhaps you might consider adding it there as well.
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 10:54:17 (permalink)
Blades:

The tutorial was extremely helpful to me. I have been trying (unsuccessfully) for a while to figure out a streamlined way to organize and edit drum tracks and render each drum to a separate audio track. Your tutorial did the trick. Now I can readily create drum kits out of BFD and Reason Drums 2.0 instead of picking one or the other. My only suggestion (as others have mentioned) is to improve the video quality on the screen shots so it is easier to see what you are doing. You mentioned an envelope tutorial - please post a link if it is available.

BTW, I am a big Kevin Gilbert fan and enjoyed your cover very much.

Thanks.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 11:43:53 (permalink)
Hello Blades,

This is one of the most-excellent tutorials (on any subject) that I have ever viewed. Of course it would take a drummer to figure out drum maps. You have an inherent feel for explaining things. I hope you are giving drum lessons because you'll produce some very good playing students. The presentation has some rough edges, I'd edit out throat clearing and coughs (no one needs to hear someone elses bodily functions on a recording). :-)

What software did you use to create this tutorial? I could use it for somethings I'm working on.

If I were Cakewalk, I would acquire this video and include it on the install DVD. Thanks so much for your time and effort.

Regards,
George

post edited by Geokauf - 2006/09/13 11:58:14
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 11:49:09 (permalink)
and I've been "criticized" by a co-worker that a 15 minute video would be WAY too long - is it?


Anyone who tells you that should go do their own tutorials. I appreciate your work, especially your "input quantize" tutorial. I never used midi track layers until then. Now, they're everywhere.
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/13 13:40:55 (permalink)
a newbie such as myself might like to find over at the Sonar Wiki

I've signed up for a Wiki ID. I will put something in there about Drum Maps and link to the video when I have access and time.

You mentioned an envelope tutorial - please post a link if it is available.

BTW, I am a big Kevin Gilbert fan and enjoyed your cover very much.

Thanks for the cover compliment. On one hand, I'm surprised how many folks DO know if this tune, but on the other hand, it's unfortunate so few people even know who Kevin Gilbert was. I have not gotten to the envelope tutorial yet. Before I continue to create them, I'm trying to optimize how I'm outputting them and finding a place where the least degridation and expence is incurred.

This is one of the most-excellent tutorials (on any subject) that I have ever viewed

Can I use that in my marketing materials? jk

What software did you use to create this tutorial?

Camtasia. It's pretty cool, though, like anything, especially at its price, you'd expect some things about it to work better. But it has a ton of features and appears to be about the best out there for this type of software. It's unfortunately $299! Ouch. Fortunately, I'm hopefully getting my company to foot the bill (I'm the boss, ya know ) for this one, as I'm planning on using it for real corporate stuff - the resolution stuff will not be an issue with LAN based videos. Obviously, those will be significantly more polished as well, beacause I WILL be getting paid for them. I'm just scratching the surface of this tool, and it's pretty fun to think of the things you could do with it...but I'm a geek

I never used midi track layers until then

Just watch out for the midi track layer gotchas in the piano roll view. It's fine if the layers are florming one cohesive thing, but if they happen to be "takes" or something where there is overlap - it will be a confusing mess to look at...ask Susan or, really, don't...another topic she's probably sick of trying to explain the importance of!

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/14 08:46:25 (permalink)
Thank you, Blades. I've just watched your tutorial and it's very clear and very helpful.

Laurence
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/23 11:18:11 (permalink)
Hi everyone - I will drop this after this update

I got some cheap web space and uploaded a flash version of this video there. It takes about a minute to load with a decent inet connection, but I think the quality level is much better and easier to see what's going on.

Anyway, here it is: http://www.blades85.com/SonarDrumMap/SonarDrumMapFLV.html

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/23 14:39:04 (permalink)
Cakewalk needs to hire you! That was very informative and I'm going to put it to use right away.
Thanks again!
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/23 15:30:21 (permalink)
Mr. Blades...one question, does this method work for rewire devices such as giga? I've been messing around with it this morning and can get my TD20 to map as you instruct, but so far not the rewired Larry Seyer drums..any adivce?

Thanks in advance.
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/23 16:10:42 (permalink)
Blades: Great work! Maybe you could post a tutorial on how to make a tutorial! :) (Teach a man to fish...) I'm really happy that members of this forum are starting to embrace google video/youtube and the power of wikis and whatnot. I wish I had more time to contribute to these things! I've been a SONAR User since 2.0...always sitting quietly on sidelines but always really benefiting immensly from this forum. Reading about people's real life experiences beats the hell out of any manual, IMHO. Cheers to everybody who pitches in. And in this day and age couldn't we all deal with a little extra good karma? Now that I think of it, I'd love to post a tutorial on using track templates...

Hats Off,

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/23 21:28:39 (permalink)
Don't rewire things show up the same as any other plugged in instrument? I thought they did, so I'd expect it to work...may have to look at that.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/24 09:46:54 (permalink)
Hi, I love the idea of user tutuorials and would appreciate the link the your other tutorial video if its still available. As a newer user, 15 minutes is great amount of time to cover a topic though I would gladly accept any length necessary to cover the topic fully... as the alternative is usually many, many hours of frustration.

As for future tutorials, as a guitarist/songwriter, my greatest interest would be on tips, tricks, and speed techniques to create GREAT drum and bass loops quickly that have a human/nature feel, ie non robotic, sterile. Specifically, how to great sounds or make the most out of what you've got, how to get the most out of the quantize function, use of swing, nudging notes ahead/behind the beats, audio snap in S6 (locking your tracks together in a groove), ideas and theories on use of groove throughout song (ie use the same groove for entire song, change with each section, etc.), stealing grooves from other music (ie cd's), overview and tips with 3rd party drum loops and groove products, etc.... and then any tips for creating/managing a useable library of these clips to pull out for songwriting purposes.

This is something I would actually pay money for right now, and the one area I have been struggling with since I originally purchased home studio edition several years ago, and through every upgrade of sonar, 2, 3, 5, and now 6 on the way. So far I have found great advice and ideas on the forum, but to actually see a video of someone doing it would be of tremendous value and a great time saver :)

Thanks for your valuable contribution, keep up the great work!

Doug

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/25 01:57:08 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Blades

Hi everyone - I will drop this after this update

I got some cheap web space and uploaded a flash version of this video there. It takes about a minute to load with a decent inet connection, but I think the quality level is much better and easier to see what's going on.

Anyway, here it is: http://www.blades85.com/SonarDrumMap/SonarDrumMapFLV.html


Blades,

This is an excellent tutorial, both in terms of content and execution. I think the pacing was just right and loved the conversational style you used. You obviously have a gift for teaching. Thanks very much for taking the time and effort to do this!
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/25 13:16:47 (permalink)
Great resource!

I just added a link to the video and to this thread in the Tutorials section of the Sonar Wiki, just so you know.

Cheers,
Scott

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/25 18:08:42 (permalink)
Hi Blades,
That link does not work for me. Takes a while, then I get a Google header and
"error on page" in the status bar.

ORIGINAL: Blades

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-846998225868834934&hl=en


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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/26 09:07:59 (permalink)
Hey mewsicknerd: Try this new Flash version: http://www.blades85.com/SonarDrumMap/SonarDrumMapFLV.html

though the google one is still working for me
post edited by Blades - 2006/09/26 09:22:13

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/26 09:31:59 (permalink)
Thanks for this, Blades. Makes it all very clear. Guess I'll have to start using these now.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2006/09/26 16:34:05 (permalink)
Thanks Blades.
Java isn't enabled on the work PC, but with your link I'm able to download the SWF
file directly and will run it once its done.

We appreciate your going through the effort to share!

ORIGINAL: Blades

Hey mewsicknerd: Try this new Flash version: http://www.blades85.com/SonarDrumMap/SonarDrumMapFLV.html

though the google one is still working for me

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2008/04/15 16:10:33 (permalink)
I’m at my wit’s end. I’ve got a Yamaha DTXpress IV Special set I want to hook up to Sonar P&S 7 over the MIDI connection. I have no experience with MIDI at all, but via the Tutorial 1 I was able to be sure my MIDI setup is functional (that is I that it plays the supplied MIDI track and my drumset is triggering MIDI sounds - just not the ones I want!)

I played your video, but the screen is unreadable - just a fuzzy blur, so I can’t see your settings. In the video you said you skipped over a lot of things. I think I might need those things!

I really can’t expect you to “hold my hand”, but if you can at least steer me to where you got hip to this stuff it would at least be a start! Yamaha doesn’t seem to have any forums and there doesn’t seem to be anything of use here at Sonar! Any books you can recommend? Something, anything!

Thanks in advance
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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2008/04/15 17:17:28 (permalink)
Hi Mick,

If you need help learning how to use Sonar, you might want to check out one of my Sonar Power books. You can find more information in the Power Books section of my site: http://www.garrigus.com/

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2008/04/15 17:47:07 (permalink)
Ive bought your books. No help.

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2008/04/17 07:37:58 (permalink)
Hey Micklean - thanks for popping an old topic to the top. Have you tried the Flash version that's at this address: http://www.blades85.com/SonarDrumMap/SonarDrumMapFLV.html - that one should be much more clear than the one on google video. It's still pretty blurry when zoomed out, but when going intoi the details, I zoom in and the clarity is pretty good.

What are you missing in the process? Is it creating the notes, changing the settings for the notes or what?

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RE: Sonar Drum Maps - How and Why - Tutorial Inside 2008/04/20 11:22:42 (permalink)
Yeah the “flash” version is much clearer. I watched more of it and am kinda getting more of an idea as to how things work. What I’m missing is the basic stuff you said you skipped over in your video.

Up front, I have never used any of the MIDI stuff in CW/Sonar - strictly an analog guy to audio tracks via mic’s and/or “signal line” outputs from amps. Ya know, plug in a mic hit record and play. CW/Sonar (and all outside reference material) is really “midi-centric”. That’s problem number one.

Problem number two is that my Yamaha DTXpress IV set does not have a MIDI in port so I have to route the output to the computer to hear what I have recorded. It seems that most of the CW/Sonar manuals (and I’m talking to you Mr. Scott R. Garrigus) assume one has MIDI in AND out on their “control surfaces” - if I’m using the correct terminology.

Playback while recording is not a problem - the drum set has normal audio out lines going to a separate amplification system. (BTW - what do you use for live performance?)

I am currently working on tutorial 2 from the “on-line” help and tutorial 9 from the book that came with the software. Those two resources combined with your video are starting to help, but man -my head hurts!

Right now I’m having a problem with “latency”. I hit a drum and the sound comes out a “second” later - not good. What’s up with that?

Mick



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