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Changing MIDI drums in Cubase
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Hello,

I am having some difficulty changing drum sounds in Cubase SX (3 I think). The devices that are obviously percussion work when I use the key editor but don't produce cool sounds. When using the drum map I cannot figure out how to change the sound from the standard cheesy Cubase drums.

Most of the time though i've seen anti-virus programs that load an add-on into IE can occasionally cause these symptoms as well...

 

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/community/threads/changing-midi-drums-in-cubase.184173/

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I recently bought an excellent Alesis Nitro Mesh Kit drum kit, which I was told about here https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/13451-legendary-music/&tab=comments#comment-183107 The installation is easy to assemble and does not require much time. lots of space. When you play, it seems as if you are playing on real drums. Among the disadvantages, I notice that the bass pedal is louder and interrupts other sounds. When working, the pedal comes off, which means that you will still need a mat. For me, installing this feature is a bit more expensive.



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