Addictive Drums in Reaper – Record Multichannel Audio | Live Audio Output Via MIDI Input | RussUK Reaper-blog.com

Category: Tutorials

Learn to route audio out of Addictive Drums and use them to either, mix tracks individually, render audio tracks separately so you can disable AD once finished, or record Live Drums to audio tracks via via MIDI input performance .

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6 comments to Addictive Drums in Reaper – Record Multichannel Audio | Live Audio Output Via MIDI Input | RussUK Reaper-blog.com

  • PDK  says:

    Thanks for this. Reaper and Addictive Drums are the $hit!

    • JonnyGinese JonnyGinese  says:

      Agreed

  • Caleb  says:

    I want to do something similar to this, but I want to use my own samples and I want to use a freeware VST plugin. I’ve been trying to use a freeware VST I found called Digidrum Pro, but it seems to not be taking in MIDI. Are you familiar with this plugin at all or do you know of any good free VST drums plugins that can route 32 out?

    • JonnyGinese JonnyGinese  says:

      you can use Reapers built in sample programs and make an FX chain. They have some stuff on the forums. Search “ReaDrum” on the forums.

  • Dave  says:

    I’m curious as to why you are saying to record stereo tracks for like the kick and snare which are normally mono tracks? I understand having the overheads as stereo but not sure about the kick, snare and hi hat. Thanks.

    • JonnyGinese JonnyGinese  says:

      With some Sampling programs they samples are in Stereo. You can use Mono if you want. It won’t make much difference on Kick like you said. But if the sampler has a Stereo SNARE sound I would absolutely want it to me stereo.

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