#1
As you gathered from the title, this is about multi-tracking EZDrummer in Adobe Audition 3.0. I can not get EZDrummer to work in multi-track mode. I can get it all running fine in single track, but I need multi-track.
I've searched far and wide across the interblag and found nothing.
Can anyone please help?
#4
I always used FL Studio to do my drum tracks, Then I would go into audition and record all the tracks over it, save them seperately, and do all my processing and synth addition back on fl studio, it work so great I never even tried doing it all in Audition, haha.
#5
The first step in any DAW is to set the output channels of the EZ Drummer mixer properly. Unless you have the various drums/mics set to different channels (you have 8 to work with) then you will never get it to work no matter what you do. Once you have that done IO suggest creating 8 stereo AUX tracks and just changing the input settings for those tracks to the EZ Drummer outputs. Ot just read the manual where all this is explained.
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