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Old 13-02-2012, 08:29 PM   #1
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Programming Drums in PT10

Is there a way to program drums into PT10? Ive been a reason user for the past year and a half, but just started attending flashpoint in chicago, and they made us get PT10. I like it, its great for recording and editing, but i program my own electronic music, i have synth plug ins and what not, but can't find shit for programming in drums. I don't really understand the whole rewiring concept and need to look into that further, but if you guys have any tips aside from rewire it to reason, i would greatly appreciate it. Or if you care to give a bit more explanation on rewiring reason to PT, id appreciate that as well.

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Old 14-02-2012, 05:28 AM   #2
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Re: Programming Drums in PT10

Drums programming as in..?

Are you looking for an AAX sampler?

PT has a MIDI piano roll and you can also slice and arrange audio in it. It might not be the best for electronic music though.

ReWire lets you send MIDI from PT to Reason so you can sequence and automate Reason's instruments/fx from PT. Reason passes audio to PT through the hardware interface device.
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Old 14-02-2012, 06:35 AM   #3
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Re: Programming Drums in PT10

AAX sampler? Ill have to look that up. I can't seem to really find any drum plugins for PT. I didn't know i could use the piano roll to put in audio clips/samples (drum hits in this case). Im REALLY new to PT, and at school were learning it more for recording than for production. Actually doing my first recording session on thursday.
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Re: Programming Drums in PT10

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AAX sampler? Ill have to look that up. I can't seem to really find any drum plugins for PT. I didn't know i could use the piano roll to put in audio clips/samples (drum hits in this case).
Yes, you need a sampler plug-in for that. Pro Tools 10 uses the AAX plug-in format. You can't use MIDI without having a plug-in instrument, but you could arrange it all in just audio if you wanted to do it all in PT.

If you've got Reason or a VST-plugin compatible software on the computer, I'd recommend doing this stuff in another software or use ReWire in the case of Reason. It's less hassle and you can find plug-ins for the VST format much easier.

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