#3
Yes
Don't try engaging me
The vaguest of shrugs
The prescription drugs
You'll never find
A person inside

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#6
It's a way of doing it at least. Having not looked at the spec of the drum kit, not having a clue as to what you're recording with...

In the end, it'll mean you have to play the song 8 / 10 times, but you'll have what you want.

Can you not just send the output to some sort of midi controller which activates samples on your PC?
#7
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Can you not just send the output to some sort of midi controller which activates samples on your PC?

He probably doesn't have any good samples which is why he wants to use the drum machine.

TS, it depends how many outputs your drum machine has. If it only has one output, then all the signals are gonna get mixed together into one, so if you want to record the drums to separate tracks you need to record each drum separately. So, do the kick for the song, then the snare, then the hi-hats, etc. etc. Slow and painful.
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